Lancaster welcomes Moc Mid Atlantic. Laura Adams of Schrader Commercial Properties represented Moc Mid Atlantic in this transaction. Harry Bush and Jim Powell of The Gibson Company represented the seller.
BY TOM EBLEN email@example.com August 16, 2018 10:10 AM Lexington’s government has been headquartered in the old Lafayette Hotel building for 35 years. For 20 of those years, mayors and council members have been talking about the need to move somewhere else. The 99-year-old building is not well-suited for a government center. It is costly
Schrader Auction Group is pleased to announce the sale of 109 Triport Road in Georgetown, KY at ABSOLUTE AUCTION. Our marketing campaign garnered 25 qualified, registered bidders from as far away as Wisconsin. The final bid was $4,433,000. The property is a 220,000 SF industrial warehouse just off I-75 and Cherry Blossom Way. Congratulations to
BY SUSAN BANIAK Smiley Pete Publishing December 21, 2017 With help from low interest rates and a strengthening economy, the Lexington commercial real estate market experienced another robust and steady year in 2017. Vacancy rates remain low across multiple sectors of the economy, with industrial vacancy at 3.26 percent and retail vacancy at 5.83 percent,
Schrader Commercial Properties was pleased to represent the landlord, WT Young, Inc., in leasing 1325 Baker Court to Tru-Tone Finishing, Inc. They will bring 120 new jobs to Lexington. Tru-Tone Finishing Inc., a family owned provider of industrial e-coating, plans to create 120 jobs as it establishes a Lexington facility, Gov. Matt Bevin announced today.
Schrader Commercial is pleased to the announce the leasing of the entire second floor of 318 E Main Street, City National Bank building. Schrader Commercial represented the owner, City National Bank, in the lease while Jason Bradley, of Cypress Property Group, represented the tenant, Enderle & Romans, PLLC. 318 E Main Street, City National Bank,
Town Branch Commons is a collection of projects that connects neighborhoods, parks, and our urban and rural communities. A Central Park Town Branch Park, located adjacent to a remodeled Lexington Convention Center, is a central park that will become Lexington’s premier public space and the centerpiece of Lexington. The park will include a diverse set
BY BETH MUSGRAVE firstname.lastname@example.org OCTOBER 04, 2017 4:08 PM The Lexington Herald-Leader has signed a contract to sell its downtown building on Midland Avenue to the CRM Development Co., which is considering an expansion of the four-story building to create upscale professional office space. According to a statement from Herald-Leader Publisher Rufus M. Friday, the
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