Tom has led the Bradbury Family Partnership since 1998, during which time he has directed family assets to be joint ventured or developed into such major developments as Eagle Bend, Meridian, Lincoln Station, HighField, Meridian Village, and Wilder Lane. These developments have resulted in over 2M SF of commercial and industrial properties, over 1,000 multifamily units, and over 1,500 residential lots.
Beginning in 2007, Tom instituted a change where the family began reinvesting a portion of proceeds from land development towards capital investments. This reinvestment has resulted in 26 capital investments averaging just over $2M per project/investment. The current portfolio consists of 10 holdings. Of the 16 investments that have been completed/redeemed (and excluding the largest and smallest of these investments), the portfolio has achieved an annualized cash return of over 20% per year, with an average holding period per investment of 3.25 years.
Tom earned his MBA in Finance from University of Chicago and graduated magna cum laude from Colorado College in 1986. He was a 1982 finalist for Colorado’s prestigious Fred Steinmark Award, given annually to the state’s top high school scholar athlete. Tom is committed in his partnering with Food for Thought and helping with its mission of feeding hungry families. He is very proud of his three daughters, two sons-in-law, stepson, and his wonderful and beautiful wife, Penny.
Tom is a devoted Denver Broncos fan and also loves golf. He appreciates being raised on a ranch and growing up in Byers, Colorado, where his senior class in high school was 26 kids. He stays close to the affairs of the family ranch, especially its quest to have champion racing quarter horses.