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NAI Knoxville completed in excess of $70 million of commercial real estate transactions for 2011 said its president, Maribel W. Koella, SIOR, CCIM. She reported that NAI Knoxville had closed over 95 commercial transactions to reach this total for 2011.
NAI Knoxville sold $15,251,415 of warehouses and industrial properties, $2,865,000 of office properties, $16,794,700 of retail properties, $14,212,000 of multifamily properties and $4,350,750 of vacant land.
NAI Knoxville leased $3,657,110 of warehouses and industrial properties, $9,295,840 of office properties and $3,649,248 of retail properties.
Notable transactions include Belle Island in Pigeon Forge, Second Harvest Food Bank, Washington Ridge Apartments, Jackson Street Warehouse, Scott Recycling, Bull Outdoor Products, City of Athens Industrial Land, Miller Recycling, Neill Sandler Ford Dealership and Midlab.
NAI Knoxville’s current inventory is in excess of $73 million and includes over 2.5 million square feet.
The 29-year old company has ten full-time brokers, six holding the CCIM designation, two holding the SIOR designation, one holding the MRED designation and one holding the RPA and CPM designations.
NAI Knoxville is a member of NAI Global which has members in over 350 offices and 55 countries and has an annual commercial transaction volume of $45 billion making it the world’s largest managed real estate network.
The former warehouse and distribution center for Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee on Delaware Avenue in Knoxville has been sold to Onsite Environmental, an environmental engineering firm based in Nashville, Tennessee.
The sale was the result of Second Harvest’s purchase of a new and significantly larger facility in Alcoa, Tennessee. NAI Knoxville represented Second Harvest in the purchase of the new facility and the sale of the building and land in Knoxville. Onsite Environmental was represented by Memphis Commercial and Industrial Real Estate.
“NAI has been a valued and expert partner in these transactions,” said Elaine Streno, Executive Director of Second Harvest. “They worked diligently to find a suitable facility that allows us to meet the growing demand for food by people at risk of hunger in the 18 counties of East Tennessee we serve, and they have done a great job as our listing agent for the successful sale of the Delaware Avenue facility,” she added. “Second Harvest is thrilled and proud that NAI Knoxville was able to sell our Knoxville Distribution Center where we resided for 18 years. Thanks to this community’s support, we went from providing 2 million pounds of food in 1993 to 17 million pounds of food in 2011, providing meals throughout our 18-county service area. That kind of growth demanded we relocate, and we are grateful for everyone’s support as we start a new chapter for Second Harvest of leading the fight against hunger from our new facility in Blount County.”
Knoxville, TN, October 31, 2011 – NAI Knoxville is pleased to announce Jackson Street Warehouse, LLC’s purchase of a 134,000 square foot warehouse facility in Athens, TN. Townsend Collins, SIOR, John Dempster, and James Roberson, CCIM, of NAI Knoxville brokered the sale of the building at 1930 N. Jackson Street.
Through River City Logistics, Jackson Street Warehouse will use the building to provide third-party logistics services.
For more information contact: James E. Roberson, Jr., CCIM, 865.777.3038, email@example.com
Alcoa, Tennessee (February 2, 2011) – A class A office/showroom and distribution center has been sold. Brokers handling the sale announced today that the former showroom, corporate headquarters and distribution center for the Walker Supply Company off Middlesettlements Road sold on January 27, 2011 for $4,000,000. The buyer is Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee who is moving their food service distribution center which serves 18 counties in East Tennessee. The buyer was represented by Maribel Koella CCIM, SIOR and Brian H. Tapp of NAI Knoxville and the seller by Mike Price and Jerry Holloway with Oliver Smith Realty.
“NAI Knoxville is honored to have had the opportunity to work with the fantastic staff and volunteers at Second Harvest Food Bank in the acquisition of their new facility.” Maribel Koella CCIM, SIOR, and Principal Broker of NAI Knoxville.
“This facility was completed in 2008 and is in excellent condition. The 77,540 square foot building has an ultra modern 50,000 square foot warehouse with 32’+ clear ceiling heights, nine dock doors and two large drive in doors which will make it quicker to ship and receive food. The 10,570 square foot retail/showroom is well suited for the agencies that come to Second Harvest to shop and the 9,650 square feet of class A office space is in move-in condition for the staff. This building will enable Second Harvest to efficiently store, sort, ship and receive food to help hungry people in these trying times.” Brian H. Tapp, Industrial Sales and Leasing, NAI Knoxville
This is the 25th industrial property either sold or leased year to date by NAI Knoxville.
Having rail capabilities available on industrial properties may seem “a little old school” but having access to move your product by rail provides some significant benefits not only to the manufacturer/shipper but to the general population and the economy as a whole. [more]