67 Years of Experience

CC Homes – a Codina-Carr Company

 

CC Homes, was founded on the principle of providing families with high-quality new homes in highly desirable locations. As one of the largest builder-developers in Florida, CC Homes has built beautiful residences for thousands of happy homeowners and has received many awards and recognitions. Homes built by CC Homes are designed to improve people’s lives. Modern features, smart floor plans and upscale amenities combine for the ultimate South Florida lifestyle.

The
Principals of
CC Homes

Armando Codina

Armando Codina is Executive Chairman of Codina Partners, LLC, a real estate investment and development firm based in Coral Gables, Florida. After decades serving as Chairman and CEO of Codina Group and after merger Chairman of Flagler, Mr. Codina formed Codina Partners in 2009. Through this entity and its affiliates he is engaged in multiple real estate development activities, including the firm’s over one billion dollar investment in Downtown Doral.

In addition, Mr. Codina serves on a number of professional, civic, and educational organizations, including Vice Chairman of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts/YOUNG ARTS, Board of Trustees member of the Urban Institute, Chair of the Town Square Neighborhood Development Corp, Chairman Emeritus of Florida International University; co-founder Community Partnership for the Homeless; and a member of the Florida Council of 100, among others.

James Carr

In 1976, James Carr founded Westbrooke Communities, Inc., a land development and residential home building company which quickly catapulted into the ranks of the state’s largest and most respected builders, with more than 15,000 homes constructed throughout South Florida.

Mr. Carr is the Chairman of the board for Baptist Health South Florida. Mr. Carr has also served on the Board of Directors of three public corporations:  Newmark Homes Corp,  LNR Properties and Great Florida Bank.  Mr. Carr is past President of the Builders Association of South Florida (1986) and a recipient of numerous industry-related awards.