Arden Hearing is a real estate developer for the next generation. His passion for curating buildings that enhance the surrounding community is at the core of his work at Trumark Urban. He strives to empathize with the people who will live and work in the buildings that Trumark Urban produces in order to ensure an environment that inspires residents and tenants to be the best version of themselves.
Arden leads Trumark Urban projects from property acquisition through buildout and sales. From working with architects and consultants on building design and meeting with neighbors regarding their needs for a project, to hard hat tours of job sites and reviewing financial analyses of projects—Arden has his finger on the pulse of every aspect of Trumark Urban.
Since joining Trumark in 2006, Arden has been instrumental in over $1.5 billion of residential and mixed-use development. In 2012, Arden led the effort to launch Trumark Urban where he now manages a pipeline of over 1 million square feet, and an over $1 billion investment in office, mixed-use, and residential development projects. Prior to his role at Trumark Urban, he served as Senior Vice President for Northern California at Trumark Companies.
An alumnus of Harvard University Graduate School of Design and University of Washington Foster School of Business, Arden is also an active volunteer lending his expertise to numerous non-profits including: Urban Land Institute, United Playaz, Lower Polk Community Benefit District, Mayor’s Housing Working Group (San Francisco, 2014), SPUR, and Habitat for Humanity.
“Follow your bliss.” —Joseph Campbell
“I value and foster a culture of continuous self-enhancement and organizational growth by encouraging community involvement, ongoing education, travel and the pursuit of life’s passions. This leads to inspiration, insight and an ability to reach our full potential—pushing beyond the comfort zone to exceed our own expectations.”
“We challenge ourselves to think creatively about challenges and their solutions. We spend very little time thinking about what cannot be done—and a lot of time thinking about how something might be achieved. This worldview manifests itself in our high quality developments and the integrity in our relationships with local stakeholders and consulting teams. We see every interaction as an opportunity to act conscientiously to create a positive experience.”