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Jun. 24, 2016

Of this we are certain

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Business ethics are the backbone of a company’s success. Of this we are certain.


Jun. 01, 2016


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We deliver great products and emphasize our commitment to quality with each development we complete. Whether it’s an end cap remodel or a multi-tenant shopping complex, our designs are modern, durable, and versatile.

May. 13, 2016

Opportunity Knocks

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“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”   …and then maybe follow with the rest of the building.
Happy Friday, everyone!
Apr. 19, 2016

The LCPS Foundation Awards

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We had a wonderful evening at The Las Cruces Public Schools Foundation Excellence in Education Awards Dinner last night! It was a pleasure to be among the educators that work tirelessly to provide our youth outstanding educations. We were honored to help sponsor this event and help the advancement of public education in Las Cruces.

A huge congratulations to Cheryl Carreon, the 2017 Teacher of the Year! And also many congrats to the four National Merit Scholars!


Apr. 14, 2016

ICSC West Texas 2016

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ICSC Retail Outlook Panel

ICSC West Texas 2016

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ICSC West Texas 2016


ICSC West Texas 2016


ICSC West Texas 2016


ICSC West Texas 2016


ICSC West Texas 2016



Prestige Development Group CEO Michael Dixson spoke at the 2016 ICSC West Texas Idea Exchange Retail Outlook panel in El Paso, TX. ICSC International Council of Shopping Centers organizes events like the WTIE for the best minds in the industry to present retail trends, make connections, and make plans for future economic growth.

Apr. 12, 2016


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We had so much fun this weekend at the Color Dash supporting CAASNM! We’re very happy we could help this organization, and could enjoy a nice run while doing it! A huge thanks to CAASNM for organizing this.

From their website:  The Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico (CAASNM) has been working nearly five decades to lift Southern New Mexicans out of poverty through high-impact programs that build self-reliance. Our mission is building self-reliance for low-income New Mexicans by connecting our community to high-impact programs that encourage family wellness, empower families and bridge resources. One of the agency’s strengths is its ability to offer an innovative and unique scope of services to help people out of poverty. Last year, we reached over 8,500 families and 28,000 individuals.