Rancho Mission Viejo
San Juan Capistrano,
Executive Vice President – Community Development
Rancho Mission Viejo, a 23,000-acre Ranch in south Orange County, California, has been held by members of the O’Neill/Avery/Moiso family since 1882.
Rancho Mission Viejo, serves as the master planner and developer of the new Rancho Mission Viejo community which encompasses approximately 6,000 acres of The Ranch. Over the next two decades, the Rancho Mission Viejo community is expected to offer 14,000 homes (including 6,000 active adult residences) and up to five million square feet of non-residential uses.
Paul is responsible for the design and implementation of all Ranch Mission Viejo’s community development overseeing all aspects of urban design, development, marketing, construction, builder land sales and Community Services Organization.
Prior to joining Rancho Mission Viejo, Johnson was a project manager for the Fieldstone Company where he was responsible for the coordination and completion of all aspects of various homebuilding projects including land acquisition, entitlement, product development, marketing, construction and homebuyer warranty.
Paul earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in urban studies/engineering from California State University at Northridge and received a Masters in Business Administration at California State College, San Bernardino. He is a Past President of the OC/BIA and has served on the Executive Board for the BIA/Southern California. In 2017 he was honored into the CHF Hall of Fame.
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