Meet David 2017-11-07T18:35:52+00:00


Founder and Managing Member of LCC Properties Group, David M. Luber has been developing iconic real estate projects since 1995. His creations span several states, focused especially in Utah and California —and include resort, multifamily, commercial and residential developments. He is perhaps best known as the foundational visionary for Deer Crest, a 600-acre, $1.5-billion, ski-in/ski-out community in Utah’s famed Deer Valley Resort. His newest venture is a 325-foot tower in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. When completed, 370 Millennium Tower will redefine the cityscape, boast a crown of eight multimillion-dollar penthouse apartments that command high-rise city and mountain views, and introduce a new level of sophistication to living, working and playing in the Utah capital. 

David Luber (center), founding member of Case, Knowlson, Mobley, Burnett & Luber


David graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in Political Science from UCLA and earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Berkley, Boalt Hall School of Law. He then practiced as a real estate transactional attorney for 20 years, serving as partner-in-charge of the real estate departments in the Los Angles offices of two national law firms. In 1990, he co-founded the boutique, Los Angeles-based real estate law firm Case, Knowlson, Mobley, Burnett & Luber. The firm quickly gained renown for providing exceptional but reasonably priced legal service. A January 24, 1995 article in the Los Angeles Times profiled CBMB&L as an example of why America’s biggest corporations often prefer highly-regarded boutique law offices rather than large legal firms. Working with national and international clients, David’s legal experience enabled him to hone skills critical to the work of a developer, including a thorough understanding of the approval process, how to establish a rapport with city officials, and how to avoid legal pitfalls through the entire development, and most importantly development, operational, financial and sale processes. Leaving practice in 1995, David leveraged these skills and his knowledge of upscale real estate projects, to become a natural point person for envisioning new developments and shepherding them step-by-step to completion. He completed his transformation into the private real estate development and investment business by founding LCC Properties Group, developing iconic projects for some twenty two years.


David enjoys giving back to the community by supporting a variety of charities dedicated to improving the lives of people in need. He recently founded Autism Guardian Angels, dedicated to improving the lives of autistic children and adults by investing in products and services designed to increase their smiles, confidence, and independence. To find out how you can make a difference, please visit autismguardianangels.com. In addition, through his private investment group, David has turned to look at new delivery systems to bring significantly lower pharmaceutical costs to every American family. An announcement of a new ground breaking venture is expected early 2018.