Richard Zahn

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Richard Zahn
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Alma materUniversity of Notre Dame

Richard Zahn is a highly successful businessman, entrepreneur, and real estate developer. He is always undertaking new projects and putting his years of experience to the test in new and challenging ways.[1] As a developer in Longwood, Mr. Zahn has been an instrumental leader in many jobs both locally and in nearby areas.[2]

Early Life and Education

Richard Zahn spent time in the United States military until leaving in 1997 and beginning his career as a CEO for an esteemed construction company. Additionally, Mr. Zahn became a licensed FAA pilot and then went on to attend the University of Notre Dame for 2 years of postgrad studies.


After 15 years as CEO of a renowned construction company, Richard Zahn moved on to pursue other projects. Combining the knowledge he acquired in University with his construction skills, Richard began investing in property development companies.[3] Today, he is always involving himself in new ventures and putting his various skills to good use.[4]


Richard Zahn takes his charitable activities seriously. He donates money to charities in Longwood, Florida, and works closely with Habitat for Humanity, which his wife is a board member of. Richard has given extensively to several churches and orphanages in Florida.[5]

In 2022, Richard opened up the Richard Zahn Scholarship for Entrepreneurs, which rewards scholarship funding to a qualifying student that is planning on starting their own business after they graduate.[6]


  1. "Richard Zahn". Retrieved 5 November 2022.
  2. Nov 01, EIN Presswire. "Developer Richard Zahn Gives Back with Scholarship for Future United States Entrepreneurs". fox8. Retrieved 5 November 2022.
  3. Hourie, Ilya (27 July 2022). "Midtown Capital, Prospect Nab FLL Rentals Construction Loan". The Real Deal South Florida. Retrieved 5 November 2022.
  4. Nov 01, EIN Presswire. "Developer Richard Zahn Gives Back with Scholarship for Future United States Entrepreneurs". khon2. Retrieved 5 November 2022.
  5. "Developer buys site for 12-story project in Fort Lauderdale for $11M". Retrieved 5 November 2022.
  6. Scholarship, Richard Zahn (1 November 2022). "Richard Zahn Scholarship for Entrepreneurs Accepting Applications". GlobeNewswire News Room. Retrieved 5 November 2022.

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