SOURCE: Crystal Properties Holdings, Inc.

June 15, 2009 14:34 ET

Crystal Signs Pre-Development Agreement With City-County Leaders in Illinois

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - June 15, 2009) - The City of Rockford is enthusiastic about working with Crystal Properties Holding, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CPHG), on the future revitalization and redevelopment projects in Downtown Rockford (Illinois) indicated by Mayor Larry Morrissey (www.ci.rockford.il.us) through its recent agreement with CPHG.

Crystal Properties signed a pre-development agreement on May 29, 2009 with the City of Rockford (Illinois) for the development interests which include a potential mixed-use development and athletic facility for year-round tournaments and cross-functional flat space for entertainment venues. The project should gain synergies from nearby Metro Centre (www.metrocentre.com), home of the Chicago Blackhawk farm team, historical Coronado Performing Arts Center (www.coronadopac.org), nationally recognized museums (http://www.burpee.org/index.asp) and Davis Festival Park.

About Crystal Properties Holdings, Inc.

The Company is focused on aggressively purchasing and selling discounted real estate, real estate portfolios and underdeveloped properties from individual investors, financial institutions, developers and banks.

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