Showing posts from April 11, 2010
TumbleZone is relocating from Simpson Avenue to 151 West Zandale Court - just off Nicholasville Road. The 18,000 sf building is being remodeled for a custom gym to conduct its cheerleading, gymnastics and tumbling classes. The new facility will have additional dance and jazz classes and is expected to open the beginning of June. Serving Lexington since 1998, TumbleZone specializes in instructional gymnastics, tumbling and cheerleading, and also hosts birthday parties, school events, banquets and more. TumbleZone is owned and operated by Kevin and Meagan Jeter. NAI Isaac handled the lease negotiations.
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NAI Isaac has successfully secured the 1st location for Forcht Bank at Richmond Centre in Madison County. Forcht Bank has purchased a 1.75 acre lot with construction set to begin this spring. The +2,000 SF financial institution is slated to open in the summer. Forcht Bank is among the top 10 largest bank groups headquartered in Kentucky, with more than $1 billion in assets and 36 banking centers in 11 counties across the commonwealth. For more information, visit www.forchtbank.com. Richmond Centre is the largest retail development between Lexington, KY and Knoxville, TN, as well as the premier regional shopping, entertainment and hospitality venue for south, central Kentucky. The development will comprise approximately 750,000 SF of retail space and is anchored by JCPenney, Belk, TJ Maxx, Peiratt’s and Cinemark with Meijer opening in May 2010. For more information, visit http://property.naiisaac.com/flash/Richmond-Richmond%20Centre.swf Paul Ray Smith, Executive Vice Presiden