Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announced the addition of Jennifer Tabor to fill the Coordinator of Leasing position. Tabor will be responsible for maintaining the flow of lease agreements for Regency-owned and managed properties.

 

Tabor, a Fort Branch native, graduated from Vincennes University with an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies.  Tabor has over 10 years of paralegal experience, most recently working with Jackson Kelly PLLC.

 

“With Jennifer’s knowledge and background, she will be a great addition to our Leasing team,” stated Dan Brandon, Director of Leasing. “With our growing portfolio, she will play a very quintessential role.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in county seat communities, is pleased to announce the relocation of its principal office to 380 N. Cross Pointe Boulevard. With its staff more than doubling in size in the past three years, Regency required a larger office space to accommodate its growth. Regency’s new office is adjacent to its former location on Cross Pointe Boulevard and is proud to continue to call Evansville, Indiana home.

Currently, Regency has 45 employees and owns 51 properties totaling over 5 million square feet of retail commercial real estate.

“We are excited to have our entire staff working in the same office,” stated Kevin Hammett, Regency’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “This move represents the hard work of our team to grow our enterprise into a national platform to serve our constituents within County Seat Communities.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Harbor Freight and JOANN Stores to their national and regional tenant lineup at Germantown Shopping Center in Jasper, Indiana.  Germantown is an approximately 220,017 square foot neighborhood shopping center located at 3605 N. Newton Street.

Harbor Freight is a national retailer that carries a wide range of tools, hardware and other products for the home, garden and car.  Their new store will have approximately 16,291 square feet of space.  They are expecting to open their doors for business later this year.

JOANN is a national retail chain providing a wide range of fabrics, plus sewing and arts and crafts supplies.  Most of their stores also offer classes to their customers.  They will occupy approximately 14,036 square feet.  They expect to be open for business in Spring 2018.

“We are proud to serve a community like Jasper,” stated Jim Wittman, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.  “Harbor Freight and JOANN are both excellent National tenants to bring to this dynamic community.”

The mayor of Jasper, Terry Seitz, said, “The City of Jasper values the continued investments Regency Properties is making in our community which attracts retailers to our market.”

There are a limited number of available spaces left at Germantown, including one development opportunity in the outlot. The center is located directly across the street from Wal-Mart and is the dominant retail center in the market.

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in county seat communities, recently acquired Kimmell Crossing in Vincennes, Indiana.  The shopping center will add 50,164 square feet to Regency’s nationwide portfolio.

Kimmell Crossing is located right off the Hart Street exit ramp of US Highway 41, with excellent visibility and traffic.  This is the dominant retail shopping center in the trade area, and is adjacent to Wal-Mart.  This center has an excellent national tenant lineup including, GNC, Dollar Tree, Sally Beauty, Maurices, and Cricket Wireless.

“Kimmell Crossing is a great center to add to our Indiana portfolio.” said Jeff Howell, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer. “This is a strong, well-positioned retail shopping center that is a great example of our County Seat Program.”

 

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announced the promotion of Nic Oberholtzer to the position of Director of Asset Management.

Oberholtzer joined Regency Properties in March 2015 as the Financial Analyst and in 2016 was promoted to Finance Manager. In this newly created role as Director, he will be responsible for overseeing, monitoring, and reporting the financial performance of equity investments in the company’s real estate portfolio. His primary focus will be on asset evaluation and the long-term capital strategy for the company. Currently, he is working to complete his MBA with a specialization in Real Estate through Florida State University.

“Nic’s aptitude and contributions have been invaluable and he demonstrates so many of the wonderful traits of our company,” stated Jeff Howell, Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer. “His innovative thinking and vision will continue to enhance the profitability of Regency Properties.”