HENDERSON, Nev. (Mar. 13, 2019) – Remington Nevada, a premier commercial land development company in the Southwest, continues its strategic partnership with Terrible Herbst Inc., one of the largest Chevron franchisees in the U.S., to build its third convenience store at Via Inspirada and Volunteer in Inspirada, a master planned community in Henderson, Nevada. The local developer is expected to break ground in May as a part of a joint venture with Terrible Herbst Inc.
Remington has built two other convenience stores in collaboration with Terrible Herbst – the first located at Oso Blanca Road and Durango Drive, and the second store at Desert Inn Road and Rainbow Boulevard. The partners plan to build another 12 convenience stores in communities that are newer or void of similar services. Each convenience store creates approximately 10 to 12 full-time jobs for the local economy.
“We are pleased to now build in Henderson’s best-selling master planned community and further add to the value of this growing area,” said David DelZotto, founder and CEO of Remington Nevada. “This is an exciting time for our company as we continue to steadily expand. We have numerous other developments in the works including two additional large-scale retail centers.”
Remington Nevada also continues development on Mountains Edge Marketplace shopping center, located at Blue Diamond Road and Buffalo Drive next to the Mountains Edge master planned community in Las Vegas. This 250,000-square-foot project is approximately 76 percent leased and recently announced a new offering from restaurant group Black Sheep, who will be building an Italian-themed, family sit-down restaurant called “Enoteca.”
For more information on 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.