About HSL Properties

HSL Properties, Inc., was cofounded in 1975 by Humberto Lopez and Glenn Toyoshima. Over the past 40 years, HSL has acquired, owned, operated and developed properties in Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, New Mexico, and Texas, and has formed more than 100 limited partnerships and limited liability companies.

HSL is focused on multi-family apartment communities, but has also invested in office and retail buildings, shopping malls, a golf course and hotels. HSL is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona and is well known for its multi-family housing in the Southwestern United States. In 2010, HSL won the International Crime Free Owner of the Year Award.

Currently, HSL Properties owns and operates 36 apartment communities, with 29 in Tucson, 5 in Phoenix, 1 in Casa Grande, and 1 in Yuma. This amounts to approximately 10,000 apartment homes/families and over 7 million square feet.

Properties HSL developed and built include a $32 million, 304-apartment luxury complex, Encantada Riverside Crossing in Tucson, constructed in 2012.

HSL strives to provide excellent service and living conditions for every resident. In 2002, HSL formed its Asset Management Company which provides effective site-management and quality resident services, making HSL unique. The Asset Management Company has grown exponentially and now has more than 300 employees.

We are actively involved in the following Boards/Commissions

Arizona Multihousing Association, Executive Committee
Arizona Multihousing Association Political Action Committee, Member
Arizona Public Service, Board of Directors
Bank of Tucson, Advisory Board
Dioceses of Tucson Finance Council, Board of Directors
Downtown Tucson Partnership, Board of Directors
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
National Board of Advisors, University of Arizona Eller College
Pinnacle West Capital Corporation, Board of Directors
President’s Club, University of Arizona
Salpointe Catholic High School, Board of Directors
Sarver Heart Center, University of Arizona, Board of Advisors
SunCor Development Corporation, Board of Directors
Tu Nidito, Board of Directors
Tucson Airport Authority, Member
Tucson Conquistadores, Member
Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities, Board of Directors
University of Arizona Foundation, Chair



Featured News

Stuff the Bus to Refill the Community Food Bank

Tucson, AZ (January 3, 2018) – While the holiday season tends to bring much needed attention to neighbors lacking basic necessities―like food for the family holiday table―it can be easy to forget in the hustle and bustle of a new year that hunger continues for some beyond the season of giving. That’s why the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is teaming up with HSL Properties, KGUN 9 News, and Sun Tran for a Stuff the Bus food drive event on Friday, January 12. A Sun Tran bus will be parked at Canyon Oaks Apartments, 600 N. Pantano Rd. (Pantano Road and 5th Street), from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. to accept donations supporting the fight against hunger in the Tucson area. With KGUN 9 broadcasting live during the event, organizers hope to not only match, but to exceed the 30,000 pounds of food collected last year.

Help HSL Properties Stuff the Bus

On January 13, HSL Properties, partnering with Sun Tran and KGUN 9 News, will again be sponsoring a Stuff the Bus food drive, to benefit the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. The public is welcome to bring donations of non-perishable food or cash, at River Oaks Apartments, 7730 E. Broadway, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.