Don Wilcoxon served as former COO/CFO developer for the Santa Lucia Preserve which is a 20,000 acre lifestyle community located in Carmel, CA. Don’s primary responsibilities were the entitlements, construction and financing of the development which included construction of approximately 60 miles or roads/drives, associated infrastructure, a Top 100 ranked Tom Fazio golf course, private hotel, and recreational facilities. Prior to joining the Preserve, Don worked with Pacific Union developmenting Hotel Griffon in San Francisco and several condominium conversions and syndications. Don began his career as a financial analyst in Public Finance at Goldman Sachs specializing in housing bonds and sale/leasebacks. His educational background includes an MBA from Stanford University and a BS from Brown University.
Al Sneeden is a proven and successful leader in marketing and selling residential destination properties. Al was a partner in the Preserve Land Company at the Santa Lucia Preserve in Carmel, CA and was instrumental in the sellout of this prominent real estate development described above. Al has also served on projects with various development and marketing companies such as IMI Living, DMB Realty, East West Partners and Vail Associates to include such projects as Tehama, Carmel, CA, NorthStar in Truckee, CA, Main Street Station in Breckenridge, CO, and Keystone Resort, Keystone, CO.
Peter Y. Alberice, AIA, NCARB, LEED
As a vice president of MHAworks, Peter leads the design and production efforts of the firm’s Asheville office. He combines a wide range of design skills with a solid foundation in architectural design, construction documentation and management and master planning. He has practiced in western North Carolina since 1983, and has been a project architect and manager for many educational, commercial, and institutional projects. He has an extensive background in historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects including residential and commercial mixed use buildings.
Peter has served on the Asheville Historic Resources Commission, the Asheville Downtown Association, and the Asheville Downtown Commission. While serving on the Downtown Commission he participated in the design of two different downtown master plans along with two major revisions and additions to the downtown design guidelines. While serving on the commission, he chaired the design review subcommittee which evaluated all of the proposed downtown projects from 1999 through early 2010. He is a Past Chair of the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce. Peter has received both a Bachelor of Architecture (1976) and a Master of Architecture (1983) from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Peter is certified by the United States Green Building Council as a LEED accredited professional.