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Richard Crighton is a Las Vegas native who is a prominent Real Estate Developer and Real Estate Broker. He was born in Las Vegas, NV in 1981. After graduating from Silverado High School, he entered the real estate industry as a salesperson with Better Homes and Gardens [1] . At twenty years old, he became the youngest person in the State of Nevada to open a Real Estate Brokerage[2]. Richard Crighton, brother Ryan Crighton and business partner Chris Shelton own and manage a local Development Company entitled RCS Development with approximately twenty million dollars worth of real estate[3]. Richard’s partner in RCS Development Chris Shelton was also a Silverado High school Graduate and a contender on NBC’s “The Apprentice” [4]. RCS Development has developed multiple shopping centers in the Las Vegas Valley including the nine million dollar “Patrick Neighborhood Plaza” and the five million dollar Serene Neighborhood Plaza, in addition to these, RCS Development is the developer for the thirty million dollar “Ponte Vechio Plaza” located at the corner of Spencer and Serene in Las Vegas, NV 89123[5]. RCS Development is also responsible for the twelve million dollar retail development of “Plaza Las Americas”, located on Eastern and Bonanza in Las Vegas, NV [6].

References

  1. ^ "Youthful Businessmen Developing Las Vegas" (Silverado Home News, a Greenspun Media Group newspaper, Published Nov 22, Page 1A. Author J. Pope,)
  2. ^ Nevada Real Estate Division
  3. ^ "Who’s who of Las Vegas- Real Estate- Construction- Development" (Published by: In Business Las Vegas,Published June 2007, Page 40)
  4. ^ http://www.nbc.com/nbc/The_Apprentice_3/candidates/chris.shtml NBC website for “The Apprentice”
  5. ^ New Southwest Neighborhood Retail (Published by: In Business Las Vegas, author Lisa McQuerry)
  6. ^ "Hispanic Shoppers targeted by Shops" (Las Vegas Review Journal http://www.lvrj.com/business/7663377.html , Author Benjamin Spillman)

External links

"Local Bred Wunderkinds from the Rothwell Gornt Companies List the $16 Million 'Shoppes at Rainbow' for Lease"

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