“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
Nelson Mandela
“You never fail until you stop trying.”
Albert Einstein
“Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever.”
Lance Armstrong
Richard Crenian Since founding the Canadian owned company ReDev Properties Ltd. in 2001, Richard Crenian has taken a long-term investment approach with Canadian real estate, which has been responsible for the consistent growth of the company with a portfolio of over 30 commercial properties throughout Western Canada.

Catching the entrepreneurial bug in his early twenties, Richard established a real estate development company based out of Saskatchewan, Canada then. Specializing in the construction of multi-family residential rental buildings, the company went on to build over 11,000 apartments and condos, as well as numerous retail plazas. Sales achieved from this company reached over $1 billion dollars.

Richard is devoted to sharing his experiences and helping to nurture the next generation of great minds. He is a founding member and mentor of the Young Entrepreneurs Organization in Saskatchewan and is an active participate with the Next36.

Currently, he is a member of the World President Organization, having graduated from the Young President Organization in 2009.

Richard regularly supports causes such as the Daily Food Bank, the Covenant House, the Baycrest FoundationSunnybrook Hospital Toronto and theNext36.ca.

Stories

Involvements

Some of the Richard’s interests and  involvements.

Richard and the Eagles lead guitarist Don Felder

With Rudy Giuliani

Richard Crenian is challenging you to generously participate in his Match My Gift Baycrest Challenge. Do you accept?

Richard and Gordie Howe
With David Petraeus former CIA director
Richard and Alex Anthopolous
Richard and Lanny McDonald
Richard and Paul Coffey
Sami Jo Small and Richard
Stanley Cup!
Richard in his office
Richard Crenian
Richard in his office
with the legendary Gordie Howe
with the great Marcel Dionne, Hall of Fame 1972
with former hockey player Bryan Trottier, who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997
Baycrest Pro Am

Causes