Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Link Dierks to the Asset Management department. He joins the team in the newly created role as an Asset Management Analyst where he will be responsible for conducting quantitative, economic, and financial analysis on the long-term performance of Regency’s operating properties.

Dierks is an Evansville native where he attended the University of Evansville.  He received his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Economics with a minor in Mathematics in December 2017. While at the University, he actively participated in student organizations and volunteered for community events, including the Economics Club, Red Fox Track and Trail, and the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

“We are excited to welcome Link to the team,” stated Nic Oberholtzer, Director of Asset Management. “His knowledge and methodical way of thinking makes him an exceptional fit and addition to the Asset Management department.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, welcomes the class of 2018 interns.  Each year Regency Properties selects a group of talented college students to work alongside employees, gaining valuable experience and insight in a corporate setting.

Kaylee Bettag, an Evansville native, will be a senior this fall at the University of Evansville.  She expects to receive her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Marketing in December 2019. Bettag is a Schroeder School of Business Student Ambassador, which means she prospects new students to attend the University of Evansville.  Bettag is interning for the Leasing department.

Riley Shanks, an Evansville native, currently attends the University of Evansville.  He is majoring in Finance and Marketing.  Shanks is the Treasurer for his fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.   Shanks is interning for the Business Management department.

Caleb Grammer, an Evansville native, attends the University of Southern Indiana. He is majoring in Accounting and Finance. Grammer is the Accounting Club President, Beta Alpha Psi Vice President of Publicity, Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Committee Head and Evansville’s IMA Chapter’s Director of Student Affairs.  Grammer is interning for the Accounting and Finance departments.

Julie Boeker, an Iuka, Illinois native, currently attends Murray State University.  She is majoring in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and anticipates graduating with her Bachelor of Science degree this December.  She is very involved with Alpha Sigma Alpha as the Treasurer, President of the Logistics and Supply Chain Club, President of the Murray State Lions Club, Logistics chair for St. Jude Up ‘til Dawn Executive Board, and Ms. Murray State University Scholarship Pageant Director.  Boeker is interning for the Asset Management department.

Sydnee Kuebler, a Jasper native, attends Ball State University.  She is majoring in Advertising with a minor in Marketing and is expected to graduate in Spring 2019.  Kuebler is skilled in office Adobe programs like InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Kuebler is interning for the Marketing department.

Jessica Lugo, a Paducah, Kentucky native, is enrolled in Murray State University’s Mathematics Master’s program.  She graduated from Murray State in December 2017 with a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and minor in Engineering Science.  Lugo is interning for the Acquisitions department.

“Regency provides a structured worked experience to enhance students’ academic, career, and personal development,” stated Tracy Stutz, Vice President of Human Resources and Administration. “We are excited to welcome our 2018 intern class.”

Kaylee Bettag, Leasing Intern
Riley Shanks, Business Management Intern
Caleb Grammer, Accounting and Finance Intern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jessica Lugo, Acquisition Intern
Sydnee Kuebler, Marketing Intern
Julie Boeker, Asset Management Intern

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Joni Rahman. She will be joining the team as the Director of Administration.

Joni Rahman grew up in Ferdinand, IN and graduated from the University of Evansville with her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She later attended Brescia University for her Masters of Science in Management. She spent over 30 years at Deaconess Hospital working in Marketing, Finance, Process Improvements, and Information Systems.

“Joni’s variety of experiences will make her an asset to the Regency Team,” said Tracy Stutz, Vice President of Human Resources and Administration,    “We are excited to have her join us!”

 

 

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Michelle Brown to the team.  She will be filling a newly created leasing representative position due to Regency’s continued growth. Her primary responsibility will be attracting and retaining tenants to Regency owned properties throughout the United States.

Brown, an Evansville native, graduated from Ivy Tech Community College with an Associates Degree in Business Management.  She has over 15 years of experience in management and sales positions from Townsquare Media, David’s Bridal, and Macerich.

“Michelle’s sales experience will complement our strong leasing team,” stated Dan Brandon, Director of Leasing.  “We are excited to have her join Regency and hit the ground running.”

Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, recently acquired Publix Village Square in Kendallville, Indiana.  This is Regency’s 31st shopping center in Indiana and adds 100,013 square feet to its portfolio.

Publix Village Square is located at 310 W. North Street, Kendallville, Indiana and is the dominant shopping center in the market. The center is anchored by a Kroger grocery store and has a strong line up of national tenants including: Dollar General, Great Clips, and Shoe Sensation.  There is also a large amount of opportunity at this center to fill the remaining vacancies.

“Kendallville is a great example of a County Seat Community,” stated Jeff Howell, Senior Vice President & Chief Investment Officer.  “The local economy is vibrant and we are excited to become a part of such a strong community.”