Day: October 12, 2021

Fairfield Commerce Center Land Sale to Pacific Manufacturing of Ohio

Fairfield Commerce Center Land Sale to Pacific Manufacturing of Ohio

The Fairfield Commerce Center is growing! Our commercial real estate agents at Henkle Schueler have completed the sale of the 6.6 acre lot in the Fairfield Commerce Center.  Henkle Schueler commercial agent, Joe Kramer, represented the syndication investors in the sale to Pacific Manufacturing of Ohio.  Pacific Manufacturing is planning to build a 57,750-square-foot building […]

Bunnell Hill Development Sells PetSuites in Spring, TX

Bunnell Hill Development Sells PetSuites in Spring, TX

Bunnell Hill Development recently sold their PetSuites location in Spring, Texas on Louetta Rd.  The Spring location was the third property we developed for PetSuites. It opened in August of 2020. The property sale closed on Tuesday, September 7th, 2021. We listed this property in May of 2021, and within a week had it under […]

Jeff Eichhorn Now a Licensed Broker in Kentucky

Jeff Eichhorn Now a Licensed Broker in Kentucky

Jeff Eichhorn, Executive VP of Henkle Schueler & Associates, was recently approved to be a real estate broker in Kentucky.  Over the last several years, Henkle Schueler, the commercial real estate brokerage arm of Schueler Group, has put a focus on expanding our company and integrating into the Northern Kentucky market. In the last three years, we […]

Why Businesses Looking to Expand into New Markets Should Consider Southwest Ohio

Entering a new economic space is a tricky thing to do successfully. There are many steps you can take during research and planning to minimize risks to your business, but at the end of the day, what’s going to happen in any given market is a gamble. Location can set your business up for long-term success, or it can drain all your resources. The Cincinnati-Dayton region of Southwest Ohio, as well as Northern Kentucky, is a safe place for companies looking to grow into a new market. An area that has been in a growth stage for over a century, the expansion of the I-75 corridor in this region is projected to continue to grow for the foreseeable future.

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