RedGo Development has led commercial real estate development in Southeastern Pennsylvania since the 1960s.  Its first project in 1969 was a 600,000-square foot, multi-tenant flex/industrial park.  The property, Willowbrook Business Park, is still owned and managed by RedGo today.  Almost thirty years later, the company has amassed a portfolio of office and industrial properties. Additionally, several smaller companies were born as a result of the original real estate venture, and construction and property management capabilities were added as core services.

Under the present-day leadership of Fred Goebert, RedGo has purchased over eight properties, which have a combined value of over $100 million. Building on the reputation of its founding company, Chester County Fund, RedGo focuses its efforts on development and redevelopment projects, and direct acquisitions that showcase the firm’s commitment to quality. With a construction division that delivers its projects on-time and on-budget one hundred percent of the time, and a property management division that has a reputation for its responsiveness and high customer satisfaction ratings, RedGo has made a name for itself as a quality organization that delivers quality results.



Fred Goebert, President

Throughout his 11 year real estate career, Fred Goebert has been engaged in all aspects of commercial real estate. Under Mr. Goebert’s leadership, RedGo Development has grown to a multi-faceted, regional real estate company with expertise in development, investment, property management and asset management. Mr. Goebert directs the company’s acquisitions, asset management, and private investor relations.

Mr. Goebert holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Miami and has continued his education through real estate coursework at New York University, the University of Chicago and Harvard University.

Mr. Goebert is a licensed real estate broker in Pennsylvania and has served on the local Board of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties. He also serves on the advisory board of Gulph Creek Hotels and is a member of the Chester County Economic Development Council.


Jim Reading, Senior Vice President

For almost 40 years, Jim Reading has been involved in commercial real estate. Under Mr. Reading’s leadership, Redgo Development has expanded into a leader in real estate development and redevelopment, design and construction innovation.

Mr. Reading oversees the company’s leasing, construction and development operations. He has directed the approval, operations and construction of over two million square feet of office and industrial properties and over 400 residential units.

Prior to joining RedGo in 1984, Mr. Reading was a project manager and estimator with Devault Contracting Company. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Building Construction and Engineering from Spring Garden College in 1971 and is a licensed realtor in Pennsylvania.

He serves as President of the Schuylkill Township Planning Commission and is a board member of several organizations including Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, Chester County Economic Development Council, Phoenixville Area Economic Development Corporation and Phoenixville Federal Bank & Trust.