Founders Scott F. Lutgert, H.A. "Bud" Hornbeck II, Billie D. Resnick, John Resnick and Howard Gutman, not pictured.
Scott F. Lutgert
Scott F. Lutgert is a founding principal of The Lutgert Resnick Group.
has had an impressive history in creating, leading, and building successful business enterprises.
One of Scott's unique abilities is selecting and aligning the right relationships, as proven in his
most recent efforts in co-creating The Lutgert Resnick Group
serves an integral role in building the success of the organization.
As a resident and real estate developer in Naples and Southwest Florida since 1970, Scott serves as the Chairman of The Lutgert Companies.
leadership, The Lutgert Companies
developed the Park Shore community in Naples including 17 luxury high-rises as well as 6 additional high rise condominiums at Bonita Bay in Bonita Springs, Florida.
has also developed two golf course communities, various shopping centers and office buildings including Estuary at Grey Oaks, Linville Ridge in North Carolina, The Village on Venetian Bay, The Promenade, The Northern Trust Building, and most recently, Mercato, a mixed use center in North Naples.
In 1984, Scott founded Premier Properties of Southwest Florida, Inc., to serve as the brokerage company for The Lutgert Companies' developments.
In November of 2010 Premier Properties
affiliated with Sotheby's International Realty; changed its name to Premier Sotheby's International Realty; expanded along the Southwest Coast of Florida; and currently operates 18 offices from Clearwater to Marco Island with headquarters in Naples, Florida.
Scott is a member of many local and national associations and is currently on the Board of Directors for Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida's Council of 100.
He has served on the Boards of the Shelter for Abused Women and Children, The Philharmonic of Naples, Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art, Naples Community Hospital and the Naples Children and Education Foundation/Naples Winter Wine Festival, among others.
has been named a business Leadership Hall of Fame laureate by the Junior Achievement (2002) and Gulfshore Life's Man of the Year (2004).
is the recipient of the Pathfinder Award from the Urban Land Institute
(2004); the Outstanding Leaders in Philanthropy Award (2004) with the Trustees of the Naples Children
and Education Foundation; the Edison College Foundation LIFE (Leadership In Fostering Education) Award (2007) with his father, Raymond L. Lutgert; the Outstanding Philanthropists Award (2008), and the United Arts Council
- Stars in the Arts Award (2013) with his wife, Simone Lutgert.