Chief Executive Officer
A long-time resident of Clackamas County, Neil has been developing successful projects throughout the western United States since 1971. Neil specializes in large-scale developments, which include residential subdivisions, apartments, retail centers and industrial parks.
Early in Neil’s career he built 250 homes in the Portland area; built and sold out a $5.5 million condo project in Vail, Colorado; purchased and marketed 37 acres in Houston, Texas; and purchased, designed and sold a 300-unit undeveloped retirement project in San Rafael, California. He later developed 225,000 square feet of office/warehouse space in Clackamas, Oregon and the I-205 Industrial Park in Gladstone, Oregon – a $2.2 million project. Neil has been responsible for several major residential developments in Clackamas County.
He conceived and developed Barrington Heights in West Linn, Oregon, an exclusive high-end development on 130 acres that became one of the most prestigious subdivisions in the Portland area. Neil originally bought the site for $400,000 in 1976. Today, Barrington Heights homes have sold for over $4 million. After the success of Barrington Heights, Neil developed 31.5 acres with unmatched views into Summerlin, a 475-unit condominium community that set a new standard in the area for security and technology features.
Driven by his passion to better communities, Neil built Frontier Missions Industrial Park in 1998, a 70,000 sq. ft. Christian based distribution center for the American Indians. In 2007, Neil personally funded and built the $1.2m Blue Sky Community Center for the American Indians in Wolf Point, Montana. The entire project was completed in 2008 and consists of indoor basketball courts, 5 apartments, full commercial kitchen and administrative office.
Currently, Neil is launching the next phase of Eagle Landing, a live, work, play lifestyle community in Happy Valley, Oregon. Plans for Eagle Landing began in 1995 when he purchased the 90+ acre Top-O-Scott Golf Course. Neil has worked to gain a rezoning of the entire project from Open Space Management to a more varied master plan that would benefit the entire community.