LAS VEGAS (Nov. 1, 2019) – Remington Nevada, a premier commercial land development company based in Las Vegas, has been recognized as a 2019 Best of Las Vegas bronze award recipient in the Professional Services category for commercial real estate.
“We are extremely appreciative of the overwhelming community support that our team has received from tenants, brokers and local industry leaders who voted for us. This award reflects the genuine opinions of our Las Vegas community members which makes it an even greater honor for our team,” said David DelZotto, founder and CEO of Remington Nevada.
Remington Nevada has nearly one million square feet of retail space either under construction or in the development phase throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area and southern Nevada, including Skye Canyon Marketplace near the US-95 Skye Canyon Interchange and Mountain’s Edge Marketplace located at the intersection of Buffalo Dr. and Blue Diamond Rd.
Best of Las Vegas is a community vote-based contest created by the Las Vegas Review-Journal which highlights the best products and services in the Las Vegas valley. This year’s 38th annual contest had more than nine million votes submitted.
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. DelZotto went on to expand into the commercial land development marketplace and today, Remington Nevada has nearly one million square feet of land under construction or in the development phase throughout the Southwestern United States. In addition to its central Arizona portfolio of properties, Remington Nevada currently has over half a dozen projects in the southern Nevada area to include Mountain’s Edge Marketplace, Skye Canyon Marketplace near Mount Charleston, and its most recent redevelopment undertaking, the 17-acre Boulevard Plaza.