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who we are
We develop superior real estate solutions and lasting value for our clients and the communities they serve.
SimonCRE was formed in 2010 by Joshua Simon with the goal to create a company that redefined the commercial real estate development industry. Since then, we have developed and leased property all across the country, from Florida to Oregon.
We work hard to maintain the highest standards while delivering superior real estate developments for our clients and surrounding communities. We aim to create innovative, flexible, and effective solutions while embodying an entrepreneurial spirit.
SimonCRE is committed to building lasting relationships and leaving a positive impact on the communities we serve. We want commercial development to be about more than just constructing or reconstructing a building; one way or another, it’s about transformations.
We’re continually pushing forward to achieve more and bring more to the clients and communities we serve.
La Junta, CO
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Pita Jungle, Jersey Mike's, Some Burros, High Tide Seafood Bar & Grill, Heartland Dental, F45 Training, Athletico Physical Therapy, The Nail Logic
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