Started in Albuquerque, New Mexico by entrepreneur, Roy Solomon, Urban Tin Bins integrates ingenuity and fun. One of the premiere Urban Tin Bins projects is a community-oriented commercial plaza located in the heart of Albuquerque. The project was developed on a pie-shaped parcel that sat vacant for years. The property was owned by a church, and when the realtor announced the parcel had been sold, the owners gave him a standing ovation! The beauty of Urban Tin Bins is that it works fabulously for infill projects, especially on odd shaped lots.
Roy’s breadth of experience in creating high-quality, interesting brands has spanned 40 years and multiple states. He knows the intricacies of developing a thriving commercial venture from the ground up. From identifying the right site and best practices for the development on the outside, to how a space should flow and welcome its visitors on the inside.
The Urban Tin Bin team can help to develop plans to meet the need of any modern developer. Townhouses, shopping venues, restaurants, live work spaces – you’re limited only by your design sense and imagination. Let us work with you to identify the right Urban Tin Bins solution for your next project.
About the Principal
Originally hailing from New York, Roy Solomon has lived throughout the Southwestern United States for the past four decades. A graduate of the University of New Mexico, Roy started his first business before graduating. Roy’s penchant for serial entrepreneurship has led to the creation of some of the Southwest’s most innovative brands. He’s started upwards of 20 different businesses, including restaurants in New Mexico and Colorado and a nationally recognized chile and salsa line, 505 Southwestern.
It’s Roy’s real passion for real estate development and design that brings him to his latest venture with Urban Tin Bins. Over his 40-year career as a successful developer and entrepreneur, he’s learned a thing or two. He has fine-tuned the art of creating dynamic and inviting spaces that people want to visit and enjoy. His expertise and business acumen can be a vital component in taking small to large business ventures from conception to successful operational stability.
His commitment is to take his lessons learned and best practices and share them with people committed to utilizing recycled shipping containers for their personal or business ventures. He combines this with a special passion for the potential of recycled shipping container buildings to be a viable “off-the-grid” environment.