NAI Global, the premier managed network of commercial real estate firms and one of the largest real estate services providers worldwide, is expanding its coverage into the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metro Area with the addition of NAI Everest.
Headquartered in Minneapolis, NAI Everest is a full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm providing office, industrial, multifamily and retail brokerage, consulting services, corporate solutions, property management and receivership services throughout the Twin Cities Metro Area. NAI Everest was founded by Gina Dingman, an industry veteran with extensive experience in the commercial real estate industry.
“NAI Global is a tremendous commercial real estate organization with a global platform that will allow us to broaden our services and enhance our ability to provide world-class service to our clients,” said NAI Everest President, Gina Dingman, CCIM. “We are excited about our affiliation with NAI and the opportunity it provides to partner with other firms to enhance our client services regionally and globally.”
“We are proud to have Gina and her team embrace and build the NAI brand all across the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metro Area,” said NAI Global Executive Vice President, David Blanchard. “Our business is expanding! The Twin Cities market is a critical Midwest market for us. We are confident that NAI Everest’s extensive local knowledge, relationships, commitment quality and results will greatly benefit our corporate and investor clientele.”
NAI Global is among the largest commercial real estate services organizations in the world, comprising 5,000+ professionals in 55 countries in more than 350 offices. NAI advisors such as NAI Everest work in tandem with its global management team to ensure clients strategically optimize their real estate assets. NAI offices complete over $45 billion in combined transactions annually and manage over 300 million square feet of commercial space.
NAI Everest is located at 520 Nicollet Mall, Suite 510, and Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402
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The Commercial Property PowerSale™ is an accelerated marketing program developed by NAI Global to match motivated sellers with investors and owner/users searching for prime investment opportunities. This unique marketing program gives sellers the opportunity to sell their asset quickly, reducing their holding costs and securing true market value for the property.
Interested buyers will have an opportunity to bid on industrial and retail/restaurant properties in 10 states. Large industrial properties include a 416,000 SF former Lenox plant on 56 acres in Galloway, NJ, near Atlantic City; a 238,000 SF industrial property on 40.6 acres near Chattanooga, TN; a 217,000 SF industrial facility in Salem, IN; and a fully entitled 300-acre mixed-use development opportunity in North Port, FL, between Sarasota and Ft. Myers.
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Prospective buyers and sellers interested in learning more about the Commercial Property PowerSale™ should visit NRC.com/PowerSale or call +1 800 747 3342 x102.