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Across RED Development, executives bring extraordinary talents and strong expertise to their work – from civil engineers, asset managers and CPAs to designers, registered architects and senior marketing and leasing professionals. RED’s unique corporate culture that focuses on entrepreneurial thinking and professional development continues to attract outstanding people from an impressive list of industry-leading retail and real estate companies.

Leading the company are three managing partners and owners, each with more than a decade at RED Development:


As one of RED’s founding partners, Scott Rehorn has led the company’s highly successful leasing activities since 1995. Rehorn has built a top-notch leasing team that prides itself on developing outstanding relationships with key national and regional retailers, restaurants and entertainment tenants – essential not only for development projects, but also for repositioning and remerchandising existing centers for RED and other property owner clients. Among Rehorn’s many successes has been the ability to attract and retain marquee tenants such as Anthropologie, Apple, Chico’s, Crate and Barrel, lululemon, Lowe’s, Best Buy, Von Maur, Scheels, Target, P.F. Chang’s, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and many others to RED projects and markets.


As a founding partner, Mike Ebert has shaped the company’s successful development area in projects across the country since 1995. His keen insights and knowledge about the qualities that come together in a compelling property are an essential part of RED’s continued evolution as a preferred partner for national retailers, real estate investors and property owners. Among his many significant contributions to RED, Ebert led the groundbreaking public-private partnership with the City of Phoenix to develop CityScape, the high-profile, 1.2 million square-foot, mixed-use urban destination in downtown Phoenix that is a signature project for both the company and the city.


Jeff McMahon leads RED’s well-recognized architecture and design efforts that have long been a point of differentiation for the company. In addition to conceptualizing design and overseeing the architectural components and RED’s architectural and engineering partners for development projects, McMahon brings sizable expertise to RED’s expanding valuation and acquisition activities. In all, McMahon and his team have overseen the design and architecture of RED’s extensive development portfolio. He brings to RED more than 25 years of design experience in the retail industry.