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We Are Workforce Housing Real Estate Developers

For over 50 years, Urban Pacific and it's founding family have been developers of premier residential and commercial projects. Including development of the Long Beach World Trade Center, and the Axis at Westminster project, Urban Pacific and the Choppin family have built superior identities of trust, value, authority, and leadership in the real estate development domain throughout the nation.


Scott Choppin


Scott K. Choppin is the Founder of the Urban Pacific Group of Companies

Scott oversees all operations of the Urban Pacific family of companies, including business development, capital acquisition, and strategic planning.

Scott created Urban Pacific's new housing innovation called Urban Town House (UTH), which pairs private capital with middle income multi-generational rental housing,

With over 35 years in the development business, Scott is a leader in the field, including a position on the Executive Committee of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate.

Scott is a regular contributor to major media outlets throughout the nation, and has been published in Forbes Magazine,, the Los Angeles Times, Builder Magazine, Affordable Housing Finance, Affordable Housing News, and Multi-Family Executive Magazine.

Scott and his wife Becky have been together and happily married for 28 years. They are raising their three children, Sean Patrick 20, Dylan 17, and Jenna 13, who are the fourth generation in the Choppin family in their hometown of Long Beach, CA.

Scott holds a degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Finance from California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo.


Eric Christopher
Property and Asset Management

Eric Christopher leads the Urban Pacific property management team. Eric oversees all property and asset management activities for Urban Pacific’s portfolio of long-term Urban Town House (UTH) workforce housing projects.

Following a 4 year tenure in the United States Navy after graduating high school, Eric achieved a degree in Accounting from California State University - Long Beach. He then went on to work in Real Estate Accounting and Finance positions for some of the largest firms in Southern California, including Trammel Crow. Eric began commercial brokerage and management in 1997 with Sperry Van Ness, specializing in the North Orange County multi-family market. Relocating to Long Beach in 2006 and Eric joined Marcus & Millichaps’ Long Beach office, and has been a multi-family specialist since then.

Blair Lowe
Social Media/Marketing Coordinator

Blair Lowe leads the Urban Pacific social media and digital content marketing team, overseeing all social media content production and marketing activities Blair manages all social media platform communications and manages all outside marketing and digital content production vendors. Blair is also responsible for the Urban Pacific weekly email newsletter, Urban Pacific - Multifamily Investor Education. Prior to joining the Urban Pacific Team, Blair held roles in customer service, graphic design and business management.

Francis Moreno
Assistant Project Manager

Francis Moreno holds the role of assistant project manager at Urban Pacific, overseeing development and construction operations on Urban Town House (UTH) projects. Francis is responsible for field oversight of subcontractors, including all project bid and budget management, as well as the design and permit management process, land acquisition and raising investor equity capital. Prior to joining Urban Pacific, Francis held sales roles at major companies, including Google and Samsung.

Jeane Nardone
Project Coordinator

Jeane Nardone leads all project coordination activity for Urban Pacific, including all construction budgets and invoicing, billing, loan draws, and subcontractor payments. As well, she is the lead manager of all project schedules in concert with field staff.

Jeane graduated from St. John’s University (NY) with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science. Thereafter Jeane started work as a Conservation Technician at the Nassau County Soil & Water Conservation District (NY) working for over two years in education, farming/native plant gardening and resource management through county, state and federal government-affiliated programs.

After working at Nassau County, Jeane moved to Earthship Biotecture, learning sustainable building practices as well as project management, greenhouse management and education. Jeane took the role of Project Manager and Coordinator for both private builds with Earthship Biotecture and humanitarian/relief builds with Biotecture Planet Earth. Jeane managed and organized builds in Taos, NM, Colorado, and internationally in Mexico, Guatemala, Philippines, Malawi, Easter Island, Argentina, Canada, Germany and Portugal and has participated in building many other projects around the world.