About Llwyd Ecclestone Jr.
After graduating from the private college-preparatory Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut, E. Llwyd Ecclestone Jr. attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. While working toward his bachelor of arts in business, Llwyd Ecclestone Jr. embarked on his career in real estate development, going on to complete an ambitious condominium project.
After finding success in Michigan, Mr. Ecclestone relocated to Florida to work alongside his father on the development of a private golfing community in Palm Beach County. Operating under the name Lost Tree Village, this project required the transformation of 450 acres of prime oceanside land.
Although he continues to live in the Palm Beach area, E. Llwyd Ecclestone Jr. has expanded his business operations nationwide. His project portfolio includes hotel properties in Florida, Texas, Kansas, and California as well as housing for college students in Colorado, Arizona, Virginia, and West Virginia. He has also overseen the design and construction of retail spaces and office buildings.