NTRA Moving Headquarters to Downtown Lexington

Schrader Commercial Properties was pleased to represent the National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) in relocating their offices to “The Square” in downtown Lexington after 20 years in a suburban setting. NAI Isaac represented the property owner, The Webb Companies. Said Lexington Mayor Jim Gray: “What better place for the National Thoroughbred Racing Association than the

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Schrader Commercial Properties is Pleased to Sponsor and Support SummerFest

Schrader Commercial Properties is pleased to sponsor and support SummerFest – a collection of incredibly talented young performers who are pursuing their dreams and helping to make the arts scene come alive in Lexington. Make plans now to attend SummerFest at Woodland Park and support the Arts in Lexington. For more details https://www.mykct.org/summerfest%20-%20Current%20Season.html  

Community Ventures Preps Major Revitalization Project for Historic East End Neighborhood

by Susan Baniak January 26, 2017 http://smileypete.com/business/community-ventures-preps-major-revitalization-project-for-hi/ For Kevin Smith, the president and CEO of Community Ventures Corp., it’s been a project more than 15 years in the making, but the aspirations and the opportunities for Lexington’s East End neighborhood are finally coming together. This spring, CVC will break ground on a new mixed-use development

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Congratulations to Centrust Capital Homes, LLC

Congratulations to Centrust Capital Homes, LLC in its acquisition of the Sycamore Crossing development in Frankfort, KY. The Sycamore Crossing project started several years ago but stalled during the economic downturn, and Centrust intends to complete the remaining 28 condominium units. Ray Woods of ERA/Woods represented Centrust and Jamie Schrader of Schrader Commercial Properties represented

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Schrader Commercial Properties was pleased to represent the seller, Joy Global, in this important transaction

Logan Corp. to Hire 70 Employees for Salyersville Manufacturing Plant The Lane Report July 6, 2016 Demand for company’s custom-built dump truck beds requires move to larger, Magoffin County facility FRANKFORT, Ky. (July 6, 2016) – On the brink of closure only a year ago, Logan Corp.’s mining equipment plant in Eastern Kentucky will move

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