Posts tagged Matt Fentress
The note for a 24 story Class A office building (Riverview Tower) in downtown Knoxville has been sold. The seller was represented by Matthew Fentress RPA, CPM, CCIM of NAI Knoxville, Fain Hicks, CCIM of NAI Brannen Goddard and Linda Simpson of C-III Realty Services LLC.
The buyer was Hertz Investment Group, which has secured ownership of the building as well.
“NAI Knoxville is honored to have the opportunity to work with C-III Realty Services in the disposition of the non-performing note.” Matthew Fentress RPA, CPM, CCIM Broker at NAI Knoxville.
An 18,000 SF, Class A office building formerly occupied by Community Tectonics Architects has been sold. Brokers handling the sale announced today that the former building was purchased by Caris HealthCare Services which will be occupying the building as their new Knoxville regional office. The buyer was represented by Maribel Koella CCIM, SIOR and Matthew Fentress RPA, CPM, CCIM of NAI Knoxville.
The property located at 10651 Coward Mill Road (near Hardin Valley and the Pellissippi Parkway) sold on April 26, 2013. The Seller was Master Builder Properties, LLC and the Buyer was Caris Healthcare L.P.
“NAI Knoxville is honored to have the opportunity to work with Norman McRea and the fantastic staff of Caris HealthCare Services in the acquisition of their new facility.” ~Maribel Koella CCIM, SIOR, and Principle Broker of NAI Knoxville
NAI Knoxville also ranked as a CoStar Power Broker firm for both Sales & Leasing, so congratulations to all!
Each year, CoStar Group recognizes the top commercial real estate brokerage firms and brokers with the prestigious Power Broker Awards.
As the largest professional research organization serving the commercial real estate industry, CoStar is uniquely positioned to track transactions and identify the top players across the U.S. Every year, CoStar tallies the commercial real estate sales and lease transactions that closed during the previous year then presents awards to the firms and individuals who achieved the highest volume of sales and leases in over 90 markets across the country.
Knoxville News Sentinel, June 29, 2012 – It looks like Fred Langley got a deal when he bought the Kimberly-Clark building on Thursday.
According to a deed filed today, an LLC with ties to Langley paid $3,550,000 for the 12-story office building at the corner of Summit Hill Drive and Locust Street.
According to KGIS, Kimberly-Clark paid $6 million when it acquired the property in 1997.
The April 2010 Issue of DICTA, a monthly publication of the Knoxville Bar Association, featured the following article by Josh Francois & Matt Fentress, NAI Knoxville
Projecting the image of success has always been important to legal industry, but defining that image has changed the layout and location of law offices. As law office space trends and locations evolve, Knoxville’s office market continues to fluctuate to respond the changing nature of the profession. It is important to explore the dynamics of the trends and the market, to maximize the economic benefits of your space and office location.