Mark Rockwell, Principal, directs the vision for Anthem strategic growth. Mark is the main architect of the financial strategy that will facilitate Anthem's growth. Given Anthem's commitment to providing "best in class" memory care, Mark is an ardent proponent of the organization's mantra: "Anthem Memory Care - it's all about focus" and Anthem's value statement: "Real people, real needs, real care, and real rewards." Rockwell has been intimately involved in senior healthcare and senior housing, with a specific focus on dementia care, since 2007.
Mark Rockwell leads the firm and is responsible for Anthem's growth and mission.
In 1989 Mark founded the Pacific Companies, which developed and managed a diversified portfolio of real estate investments in Oregon, Washington, California and Idaho. Prior to the Pacific Companies, Mark held management positions with Trammell Crow Company and Hillman Properties Northwest. Throughout his career Mark has developed projects to meet the housing needs for residents in every stage of life. Representative examples of Mark's development background include:Trammell Crow Company and Hillman Properties Northwest. Throughout his career Mark has developed projects to meet the housing needs for residents in every stage of life. Representative examples of Mark's development background include:
Eden Rock is in the heart of PGA West. Originally zoned for hotel and retail uses, the property was rezoned and master-planned for a resort community of village-style condominiums.
Puerta Azul, an award-winning resort-enclave of Spanish style villas in La Quinta, CA, features private courtyards, gardens, pools and many other amenities.
Cimarron Cove in Cathedral City, CA, blends resort homes with the scenic beauty of the Coachella Valley Mountains and world-class Cimarron Golf Resort.
Jones Farm, a master-planned community on a highly-sought after piece of "in-fill" land is an award-wining development with more than 1,000 dwelling units in Hillsboro, OR.
Hampton Ridge in Tigard, OR, originally zoned for commercial development, was rezoned to multifamily and resulted in the development of a multifamily community.
Mark received a B.S. degree from Walla Walla College and a J.D. degree from the Willamette University College of Law. He was subsequently admitted to the Washington State Bar Association. He furthered his education at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.