Potter Clinton Development, Inc. is a real estate development firm located in Bozeman, Montana and Teton Valley, Idaho.
The principals and staff of the firm bring more than 100 years of diverse professional experience to the planning, design, and execution of real estate projects. The unique blending of expertise in land use planning and design, landscape architecture, construction management, real estate brokerage and financial management enable PC to be involved in all facets of a real estate development.
PC Development was formed in 1989 by Tom Clinton and Mike Potter. Potter and Clinton were two of the four general partners who founded Teton Pines, a very successful resort and second home community in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in the early 1980s. Upon successful completion of the development work at Teton Pines, Potter Clinton have expanded into a variety of other real estate development projects.
PC has been or is involved as a partner or owner of thirty-three separate developments in Jackson Hole, Teton Valley and Bozeman, aggregating more than 10,000 acres, 6,600 units and approximately $750 million in gross sales. PC has also acted as a consultant on eight additional residential and mixed use developments, aggregating more than 31,000 acres and 850 units.
Teton Springs Golf and Casting Club in Teton Valley, Idaho, which includes a Gary Stephenson/Byron Nelson/Steve Jones golf course, commenced development in 2001 and was completed and substantially sold out in 2006.
River Rim Ranch is the culmination of the experience and expertise developed through the years, and is the legacy project for PC Development.
Tom Clinton and Mike Potter