Bruce Deifik – Founder, President & CEO

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Bruce Deifik, Integrated PropertiesBruce Deifik
Founder, President & CEO

A seasoned veteran of the development industry, Bruce Deifik is founder, president and chief executive officer of Integrated Properties, Inc.  The company was formed in April 1990 to handle acquisition, development, asset management, property management, leasing and disposition of commercial properties under the ownership of Deifik and his investment partners.  The company and its related partnership entities have significant land holdings and have acquired 103 commercial properties in five states totaling in excess of 8.5 million square feet, plus approximately 3,100 apartment units.  The properties have included such assets as the Hyatt Grand Champions Resort in Palm Springs as well as numerous prominent office and retail centers in the Denver and Phoenix metropolitan areas.

Deifik served as president and chief operating officer of The Greenspun Corporation (TGC), a privately owned company that manages and oversees the financial interests of the Greenspun family of companies.  Headquartered in Henderson, NV, TGC holds a presence in real estate, media, communications, travel and tourism, gaming and technology.  In his role, Deifik oversaw day-to-day operations of Greenspun Media Group,, the Las Vegas Sun daily newspaper, and various gaming partnerships, as well as the company’s extensive investment portfolio, in addition to American Nevada Company, the real estate development arm of the TGC portfolio, in which he served as president and chief executive officer, overseeing the design and development of master-planned communities and commercial properties.

Deifik has been involved in numerous charitable and philanthropic endeavors. He currently serves on the National Parks Foundation Board and the Brent Shapiro Foundation for Alcohol and Drug Awareness.  He has also served on the Board of Directors for Nevada Cancer Institute, and is currently a board member, and former Vice Chairman of the National Jewish Medical Research Foundation.  Deifik has also served on the boards of Inner City Children’s Charities, and Colorado’s Ocean Journey, which brought an aquarium and ocean resource center to the inland population.  Deifik is also a member of Colorado Concern, an organization of business leaders dedicated to proactively bringing important issues and public policy to the forefront.  He and his wife, Nancy, have also been extremely active in the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.  Deifik graduated from Texas A&M in 1977 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management and Finance.