Patrick is a laid-back guy that residents of our community and its city leaders appreciate and trust. With more than 15 years developing the finest communities in southern Utah and treating everyone with a smile and firm handshake, he has earned the respect needed to get things done.
Having landed in St. George after successful completion of more than 150 developments across 17 states and 5 countries, Patrick brings an experience the region has come to both appreciate and value.
Patrick has a diverse background in the real estate industry. From being the Master Broker (nationwide) for RCI Points, to Board of Trustees for ARDA (American Resort Developer’s Association), to ski, beach, equestrian, and desert property development. He has been at the helm and controlled the start-up and sell-out of more than $7B dollars of real estate offerings.
In early life, Patrick was salesman of the year in the state of Florida and was subsequently recruited to oversee the sales of seven major resorts in Virginia, Wisconsin, Florida, and Georgia. Shortly thereafter he developed his first project in St. Augustine Beach, Florida.
In between the beginnings and current is a lot of fun, learning experiences, and success.
In the most recent years, Patrick has been finishing the flagship project, Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club. The crown jewel of southern Utah. The Disney Company searched more than 300 locations to film High School Musical II and ultimately chose Entrada above all others. That movie went on to gross more than $2B in revenue making it the highest grossing made-for-tv movie of all time.
Patrick and the RIZE / SPLIT ROCK team say they have never had the quality of opportunities as they do now.
“Joint ventures with governmental agencies, doing business inside Qualified Opportunity Zones with Qualified Opportunity Zone Businesses, and all with trophy properties with highest-and-best-use entitlements in place is the multi-layered ‘win’ we all hope for.” – Patrick Manning.
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