By  on October 24, 2005

NEW YORK — Sheldon M. Gordon, creator of the extraordinarily productive Forum Shops at Caesars in Las Vegas and other breakthrough retail developments over the past four decades, continues to live on the edge, personally and professionally.

“I never wanted to be the biggest. I always wanted to be the most interesting,” Gordon, now in his mid-70s, said in an interview by cell phone from his 160-foot yacht off the coast of Majorca, as he continued on a yearlong world cruise with his family that included stops in Hong Kong, Oslo and Barcelona.

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