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.”
Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, announces the addition of Myra Barrow, Business Management Assistant. In this position, she will be responsible for assisting with customer service, lease services and coordinating property maintenance.
Barrow, originally from Southern Illinois, received her Associates degree in Business Administration from Ivy Tech Community College. Previously, she worked for Westech/Westlake Chemical as Human Resources/Administrative Assistant. Barrow has over 5 years of experience in customer service.
“We are excited to welcome Myra,” stated Charles Riffert, Director of Business Management. “Her experience with customer service will be pivotal to our growing portfolio and maintaining our award-winning customer service.”
Regency Properties, a retail commercial real estate company specializing in county seat communities, won the 2017 National Commercial Real Estate Award for Customer Service Excellence from industry analyst CEL & Associates, Inc. One award is given annually in up to five categories based on portfolio size, type of firm and product specialization nationwide. Regency competes in Category 1, which has the largest portfolio size. This exclusive recognition, awarded by the nation’s largest surveyor of tenant satisfaction, is a testament to the superior customer service Regency delivers. Regency first received the award in 2011, and this honor marks five consecutive wins for the retail real estate company.
“We are honored to receive this award for the 5th consecutive year,” said Kevin Hammett, President and CEO of Regency Properties. “This accomplishment is very important for us because it demonstrates our continued commitment to maintaining an industry-leading level of tenant satisfaction.”
Since 1998, the Real Estate Award for Customer Service Excellence has served as the industry-leading benchmark for property performance and tenant satisfaction. Each year, CEL conducts more than 2.5 million tenant surveys to measure performance of commercial properties throughout the country. Survey questions evaluate the retail leasing and property management relationship and the overall quality of services, including: maintenance, readiness and responsiveness to solve problems, property condition and lease renewal intention. Survey respondents rated Regency’s services and property staff as “Outstanding” among their class.
“We are pleased to, once again, congratulate the entire team at Regency Properties for earning this distinction. Regency Properties’ commitment to excellence in customer service reflects the efforts of the entire organization.” said Christopher E. Lee, president and CEO of CEL & Associates, Inc.
Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, recently acquired three new shopping centers in Northern Indiana. Wabash Crossing West, Lowell Plaza, and College Square Plaza will add a combined 346,038 square feet to Regency’s portfolio.
Wabash Crossing West is a 135,866 square foot shopping center located at 1495 N. Cass Avenue, Wabash, Indiana 46992. Wabash Crossing West is anchored by key tenants such as Tractor Supply, Dunham’s Sports, J&K’s Pets Mega Pet, and Goody’s. Regency recently purchased Wabash Crossing East which makes this new location their second one in Wabash, Indiana.
Lowell Plaza is a 61,504 square foot shopping center located at 2052 East Commercial Avenue, Lowell, Indiana 46256. This center is anchored by national retailers like Dollar General and Shopko. The center also features regional and local tenants such as The UPS Store, Anytime Fitness, Hohman Floral, and Route 2 Wellness.
College Square Plaza is a 148,567 square foot shopping center located at 732 South College Avenue (State Road 231), Rensselaer, Indiana 47978. The shopping center is grocery anchored by Save-A-Lot. Other key tenants include Kem’s Hardware, Family Dollar, Anytime Fitness, Rent A Center, Walgreens, and Christian Clinic.