Tropicana Homes, one of the city’s largest and oldest homebuilders, is moving its longtime Northeast headquarters to Downtown.
A ribbon was cut March 15 for the new offices of Tropicana Homes, Tropicana Properties and Tropicana Building at 300 E. Main, next door to the newly renovated Hotel Indigo.
“We think the move will breathe new life into the company and energize the staff,” said Randy Bowling, Tropicana Homes president.
“We love El Paso and we’re moving into the heart of the city to keep up with its changes,” said Demetrio Jimenez, president of Tropicana Properties.
“There are so many exciting things happening downtown and we decided we wanted to be a part of that,” added Bobby Bowling, president of Tropicana Building.
Tropicana Homes, established in 1950, will continue to develop its Northeast community, Sandstone Ranch.
Since 1999, Tropicana Properties has managed rental properties and affordable housing options. Tropicana Properties manages more than 3,000 units in the El Paso area.