What We Do / Mission

Our mission is to make cities more inclusive and sustainable by building urban housing that integrates with the surrounding community and encourages a healthier lifestyle.

Why We Build / Purpose

We are firm believers of the 15-minute city concept, where most of your daily activities can be accomplished within a 15-minute walk or bike ride from where you live. We build community-driven housing that facilitates this movement because it’s better for people and the planet.

Where We’re Heading / Vision

We strongly believe that our future is dependent on the well-being of our cities. By providing more affordable housing in locations where people want to live and work, we create more opportunities for economic mobility and reduce our carbon footprint for sustainable growth.

How We Do It / Promise

We focus on building efficient, affordable living spaces purposefully designed to create a sense of community in walkable, urban neighborhoods with an array of transit options enabling people to enjoy a live, work, play environment without relying on a car.

Alexander Alemany, Principal

Alexander is the principal and founder of Hub & Spoke Communities, a real estate development company that builds mixed income housing in walkable, urban neighborhoods.

Since 2016, Alexander Alemany has built five, ground-up new construction multifamily projects in San Diego with a total value over $80 million.

Prior to forming Hub & Spoke Communities, Alexander worked for a developer that built several mid-rise residential projects in the Miami Arts and Entertainment District and Marcus & Millichap, where he specialized in the placement of debt and equity transactions for a wide range of commercial property types throughout the United States.

Alexander is co-chair of the Housing Council for the Urban Land Institute San Diego-Tijuana chapter, an active member of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce’s Infrastructure, Housing & Land Use Committee, and the Real Estate Committee for University of San Diego’s Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate.

Alexander received his MBA from the University of San Diego and his bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Southern California.