Our Team


Our Team


The  Executive Team

Jeffrey Vitek

President & CEO

As Boulder Ventures Development Inc.’s President, CEO, and Founder, Jeffrey Vitek has a passion for innovation in development. More than 25 years of diversified real estate experience and extensive knowledge of mixed-use developments allows him to lead his capable team in overseeing every crucial aspect of many notable projects. His entrepreneurial spirit and proven ability to manage multiple institutional and private partner relationships and negotiations of complex mixed-use land acquisitions has led to BVD’s many successes. Jeff has acquired, entitled, and developed property primarily across the Western states and makes a concerted effort to seek out the most cutting-edge architects, engineers, and builders to execute BVD’s developments. Jeff has worked in multiple real estate disciplines including retail, office, multi-family, hospitality, and for-sale residential products

A visionary and proven approach to complicated real estate developments, along with his ability to structure complex public and private financing strategies, has resulted in enduring and highly acclaimed projects. Having spent considerable time in Utah and recognizing its potential and inevitable growth, Jeff pursued strategic opportunities along the Wasatch Front’s expanding transit systems. This foresight led to the acquisition of several of BVD’s well-known, transit-oriented developments.

Prior to founding BVD, Jeff was President and Partner of FourSquare Properties, a Carlsbad, California-based developer. During his tenure at FourSquare, Jeff and his partners developed Jordan Landing, the first open-air entertainment and lifestyle shopping center in Salt Lake County. Under his leadership, the company was a preferred developer for several retailers, including Cabela’s, for whom they acquired and developed sites in Montana, Idaho, and South Dakota.

Jeff began his career as a broker with CBRE in San Diego and developed one of the most successful retail teams operating throughout the Western U.S. As a member of the senior management team, his responsibilities included acquiring additional land for further development and entitling properties throughout the Pacific Northwest for the Center Trust REIT.

John Fleming


John joined BVD in October 2021 and is responsible for overseeing financial strategies, capital raisings and financings, tax planning, and the reporting of financial results.

John has over 30 years of experience as a finance professional, starting his career at Deloitte before taking leadership roles in both the hospitality and real estate sectors. Prior to joining BVD, John spent over 20 years with Unibail Rodamco Westfield, an international developer, owner and operator of regional and super-regional shopping centers. John held various leadership roles throughout the company, including CFO of both the Brazil and US regions, where he oversaw a portfolio of assets valued at over $25 billion and annual revenues of over $1.2 billion.

John graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He remains active with his alma mater as a member of the Accounting Advisory Board of the University, and is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In 2020, John was honored as a finalist for CFO of the Year by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

Reg Vitek

General Counsel

Reg Vitek joined BVD as General Counsel after many years as a senior partner in the San Diego law firm of Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek, from which he retired as Chairman of the Firm.

Although he specialized primarily in complex business litigation, some of his more notable trials included:  representation of a national bank in the trial of a civil RICO case in U.S. District Court arising out of judicial corruption in another court system;  one of the longest civil jury trials in San Diego history (six months), in which he successfully defended a major aircraft manufacturer against charges that the ventilation system in hundreds of commercial airliners was defectively designed so as to permit the accumulation of toxic gases in the cockpit; and, a Warsaw Convention case tried in U.S. District Court  in New York arising out of the terrorist hijacking of Pan American Flight 73 in Karachi, Pakistan.

He has been listed since 1995 in The Best Lawyers in America in the categories of Bet-the-Company Litigation and Commercial Litigation, and has been named by Super Lawyers as one of San Diego’s top 50 lawyers from 2007 through 2019 – his final year of trial practice.  He is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an invitation only organization limited to the top one percent of the total lawyer population of any state or province.


Institutional sophistication combined with an entrepreneurial spirit