Salt River Devco was established as an enterprise in February, 2000 to promote development within the Community and manage commercial business assets for the Community. The vision carries through to today in part by pushing for economic diversification, a more self-reliant Community, and by fostering mutually positive relationships with outside business partners and surrounding municipalities. Our mission is to encourage development along the Pima Freeway Loop 101 Corridor and to be a trusted development and asset management resource for Community Members, economic partners, and other enterprises while generating revenue for the Community. Our staff consists of experienced professionals in areas of Indian law, real estate acquisition and development, finance and accounting, commercial leasing and hospitality.
Connie Reinbold, Executive Assistant
8800 E. Chaparral, Suite 260
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
Salt River Devco manages 108 acres of land including the Chaparral Business Center (CBC), a 70 acre commercial district with six existing commercial office buildings totaling 370,000 square feet. Chaparral Business Center is a Class A office park on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. It is home to 1,500 employees and is conveniently located along the Pima Loop 101 Freeway between Chaparral and McDonald Drive. Ultimately up to one million square feet of office, industrial, retail and medical space will be built, all reflecting the vision of the Community for a balanced approach to development to achieve economic, social and cultural sustainability.
Salt River Devco owns and operates a portfolio of twenty (20) double-faced static outdoor advertising signs commonly known as static billboards located throughout the exterior boundary of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale Salt River opened in April 2012, with 158 rooms, over 6,000 square feet of meeting space including a 3,000 square foot ballroom, a Bistro, Lounge, and Business Center. It is the first Marriott-branded property built on U.S. tribal land and the first Marriott LEED® certified hotel. The hotel is a custom creation unique to the Akimel Au-Authum (Pima) People and the Xalychidom Piipaash (Maricopa) People, featuring photography throughout from Thoshography, LLC, a wholly-owned Native American company.