NAI Isaac is a Lexington, Kentucky based full service commercial real estate company specializing in brokerage, investment, leasing and management, consulting, research and development services in the U.S. and worldwide through NAI Global. NAI Global is an international commercial real estate network with over 325 offices spanning the globe.
Snappy Tomato Pizza will open its first location at 610 Big Hill Avenue in Richmond. With several locations throughout Kentucky, the Richmond site is projected to open early spring. Big Hill Avenue is located just off the Eastern By-pass near the EKU campus.
Paul Ray Smith and Jim Kemper with NAI Isaac, represented the Landlord on this lease.
Commercial Real Estate Markets Worldwide Begin Long, Slow Recovery
Lexington, KY, January 6, 2011 – The commercial real estate industry struggled through the start of 2010, but by year’s end there were signs that conditions worldwide had stabilized and were beginning to improve, according to the 25th annual Global Market Report released today by NAI Global.
“Overall the Lexington and Central Kentucky markets have come through the recession in better shape than many other areas of the country. Medical users, clinics and hospitals have remained strong drivers of new development activity through the recession,” said Al Isaac, President of NAI Isaac Commercial Properties.
After a prolonged, challenging period marked by frozen credit, sidelined investors, stalled development, rising vacancy rates and declining rental rates and property values almost anywhere you turned, improvement, albeit modest, is expected in just about every market sector and geography in 2011.
“Blockbuster transaction volume in December helped to push U.S. commercial real estate sales to $115 billion for 2010, up 109% from $54.6 billion in 2009, according to preliminary results from Real Capital Analytics. December’s volume of more than $21 billion was the highest sum for a single month’s trading since the end of 2007.”
To read the full article, visit http://nreionline.com/finance/news/property_transactions_soar_0112/
Bruce R. Isaac, CCIM, SIOR, Senior Vice President of NAI Isaac Commercial Properties has been elected to the KY CCIM Chapter Board of Directors for the second consecutive term.
The Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation is earned upon completion of 240 hours of graduate-level curriculum and represents the finest education available in real estate. CCIM’s are recognized experts in commercial real estate brokerage, leasing, asset management, valuation and investment analysis. Making it one of the most coveted and respected designations in the industry. Visit http://www.ccim.com/ for more information.
Since 1989, Isaac has focused on the leasing, sale and development of commercial and industrial properties throughout Kentucky . He is a specialist in the marketing of retail, office and industrial properties for sale or lease, and assisting various local, regional and national companies in locating and developing real estate to meet their needs. To view Isaac’s full r…
Shorty's, An Urban Market, will open downtown at 163 West Short Street adjacent Traditional Bank. As Lexington's only downtown grocery, Shorty's will feature a New York-style city market carrying fresh meat, produce and sundries. Shorty's is anticipated to open early 2nd quarter 2011.
John P. Miller with NAI Isaac Commercial Properties, along with Carrie Milner of South Hill Group Realty, assisted the tenant, Short Street Market, LLC, in reviewing the market, selecting a location and lease negotiations.