President & CEO
The Pacific Companies
A graduate of Azusa Pacific University in Southern California and a former state scholar-athlete of the year, Caleb Roope has devoted his entire 30+ year business career to the production of real estate assets. He founded The Pacific Companies (TPC) in 1998, which has primarily focused on the production of multifamily housing for working families and senior citizens. With over 230 projects developed and 200 assets under current ownership consisting of approximately 15,000 apartment units, charter school facilities and commercial space, he and his team have recurrently designed, developed, constructed and operated properties in over a dozen states to a standard that has repeatedly and consistently produced lender and investor satisfaction. With no defaults, foreclosures, bankruptcies or unanticipated investor capital calls in the firm’s history and over $4.5 billion in asset value produced, TPCremains an industry favorite among the providers of debt and equity. The Eagle, Idaho based company is consistently rated among the Top 10 in the nation as measured by the annual production of affordable multi-family units.
Over the past 20 years, Caleb has personally designed and built multiple companies that are organized around the core offer of real estate development. Pacific West Communities, Inc. serves as the development, finance and asset management arm of TPC. Its 40-member team annually produces 15to20new projects which are typically constructed by Pacific West Builder’s 50-member organization. Pacific West Architecture provides most of the design services for the group while TPC Insurance Services, Inc. provides a unique hedge against general liability and worker’s compensation risk through use of a captive insurance and wrap policy program. TPC’s latest addition to its family of companies is Autovol, a 400,000-square-foot automated volumetric modular manufacturing facility that aims to reduce the cost and time to construct affordable housing. TPChas maintained positive net income, cash flow, and workforce additions each year since inception, including through the 2008’s real estate collapse and 2020’s COVID-19 recession.