Laurich Properties, Inc. is the largest Las Vegas based shopping center development company serving Southern Nevada, with more than three million square-feet under development. Laurich Properties has developed successful shopping centers for the last 50 years in eight western states.

We Used to Only Play Las Vegas!

With its insight and many years of experience in the Las Vegas market, Laurich Properties has a winning record for choosing great retail locations. This results in successful retailers in many of our shopping centers. In addition, Laurich has an intimate knowledge of site selection, governmental approvals and local contractors in the wildly expanding Las Vegas market. We are bringing that same experience and knowledge to Coachella Valley, California.
Since 1988, Laurich Properties (Hank Gordon) has been responsible for more than four million square feet of new retail space in Southern Nevada including more than two dozen neighborhood and power shopping centers.

During that time, Laurich Properties has also successfully introduced many national restaurants and retailers to the Southern Nevada stage-Babies ‘R’ Us, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Best Buy, Copeland’s Sports, Cost Plus, The Home Depot, Jo-Ann etc, Joe’s Crab Shack, Landry’s, Longs Drug, Old Navy, Paddock Pools, Roadhouse Grill, and Ulta3 Cosmetics, just to name a few.

As the Largest Las Vegas-based shopping center developer, Laurich Properties, Inc. specializes in Las Vegas. However, due to the unparalleled and exciting residential growth, Laurich’s opportunities for new centers have been substantially reduced. Recognizing this, Laurich started looking for another marketplace to develop centers. Fortunately, Laurich uncovered the Coachella Valley in Southern California, which is a four hour drive from Las Vegas. Coachella Valley looked like Las Vegas ten years ago, with affordable housing and incredible growth. Laurich completed its first Coachella Valley center in 2004; which is the Albertsons center in Rancho Mirage. Laurich will have five additional shopping centers under development in 2007 in the Coachella Valley cities of Palm Springs, La Quinta and Coachella.