Showing posts from June 20, 2010
Richmond, KY — Elite Martial Arts will open its new location in Richmond in the Madison Trace Shopping Center on Atwood Drive just off the Eastern Bypass across from Kohl’s. The martial arts center will feature over 3,000 square feet of martial arts and fitness training programs from beginner to advanced levels. Programs to include: Karate for Kids, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Krav Maga, Summer, Fall & Spring Break Karate Day Camps, Mixed Martial Arts, Sport Karate, self defense workshops, and Richmond’s first and only licensed Transported After School Karate (TASK) course. TASK is offered across the state of KY and now to Elite Martial Arts-Richmond. For both children and adults, martial arts training benefits from weight loss, concentration, increased focus, balance, respect for self and others, increased flexibility, stress relief, self discipline, goal setting, and a winning attitude for kids. Elite Martial Arts-Richmond is owned and under the direction of Master Will Schneider.
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Lexington, KY (June 2010) — Green & Chesnut, PLLC is the newest tenant in Chase Tower on 201 East Main Street in downtown Lexington. With over 3,300 square feet, the new law firm is dedicated to insurance defense. Ron Green and Pam Chesnut, along with James Inman, have over 55 years of combined experience in this field, hundreds of civil trials, and cover a wide range of case types and nearly all 120 Kentucky counties. Chase Tower is professionally managed and leased by the NAI Isaac Property Management and Leasing Team with Paul Ray Smith and Anne Kilcoyne working with the Landlord and Tenant to secure the lease.
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NAI Isaac brings Sweets & Treats to the Richmond Centre in Madison County. The +1,000 SF store specializes candy, ice cream and fudge. Sweets & Treats is the first in the market and slated to open in August. 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 President and Jim Kemper, Vice President of NAI Isaac Commercial Properties, exclusively represented the seller.