LAS VEGAS (May 10, 2019) – Remington Nevada, a premier commercial land development company in the Southwest, announced today that they have broken ground on Durango Post Pavilions, a new 31,000 square-foot development located in southwest Las Vegas on the corner of Durango and Post. The real estate developer has begun phase one of construction and expects to complete the development by summer 2020. The strategically placed retail center is anchored by Green Valley Grocery and Shell fuel station, both of which are already open for business.
“Durango Post Pavilions has been a particularly exciting development for our team to embark on as it brings incredible potential,” said David DelZotto, Founder and CEO of Remington Nevada. “The property is located within one of the fastest growing Las Vegas submarkets with an abundance of new multi-family and single-family homes under construction.”
Durango Post Pavilions is just ¼ mile north of IKEA near the 215 Beltway. Pre-leasing for the property has begun, and the retail development is expected to bring over a dozen new tenants to the community. With Black Rock Coffee Bar, Domino’s Pizza, Crumbl Cookies and several other businesses already confirmed, Remington Nevada is excited to welcome new tenants. There is one remaining 4,000-square-foot pad available that includes a drive through. Durango Post Pavilions is being constructed by DC Building Group and Stan Wasserkrug and Tom Fehrman of Remington Nevada will handle the lease up and sale of the project.
DelZotto adds, “Durango Post Pavilions is ideal for restaurants, coffee shops, salons, and the like. Our team is enthusiastic about what Durango Post Pavilions will soon offer this new community and the people that call it home.”
For more information on Remington’s other developments, visit http://www.remingtonnevada.com.
About Remington Nevada
Remington Nevada was founded in 2012 by David J. DelZotto, an entrepreneur who has been in the real estate and land development industries for over 30 years, both in Canada and the United States. In 1992, DelZotto started Remington Homes, and for 12 years, focused on the development and construction of single-family and custom luxury homes in Southern Nevada. From 2003-2008, Remington Homes branched into the land development business and acquired raw land in Nevada, Arizona and California for the purpose of entitling the property for future development. During this time, Remington Homes rezoned, engineered, and mapped more than 500 single-family lots, which were then sold to homebuilders such as Centex, Pulte and DR Horton. In 2012, Remington Nevada was created, once again expanding the company into the commercial land development marketplace with projects in Southern Nevada and Phoenix metropolitan areas.