Leasing a Commercial Property? Leave the Management Duties to Us.

As a full-spectrum, vertically integrated set of specialized real estate companies, The Schueler Group is well-positioned to help find you the right commercial property, negotiate its purchase and plan for its development. We list all types of commercial properties available to lease. And after we’ve gotten you through the leasing and moving-in process, we can also provide a full slate of site management services for your rented space. We have extensive experience in managing more than a million square feet of business space in multiple fields, including healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and office space, all over Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky.

Round-the-Clock Service for All Your Property’s Needs

Our group of companies includes Schueler Group Property Management, whose experienced personnel are focused solely on providing management services for your business facility. They have spent more than 20 years tending commercial properties in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton area, ranging from 700 SF to over 220,000 SF. They deal efficiently with property administration, facilities management and tenant finish services, so you can concentrate on business. The team includes a full staff of skilled commercial contractors, including HVAC specialists, electricians and plumbers. Our 24-hour service request line means help is always just a phone call away, and supervisors are available around the clock. We can provide regular inspections including a life/safety inspection program, and can also help with space planning and construction needs.

We take care of your property the way we would our own.

Review the many site management services we can offer.

Why Industrial Real Estate Projects will Grow this Year

The last ten years have completely refaced the industrial real estate sector. Between the exponential expansion of online retailers, grocery and food delivery services, and then COVID, manufacturing and distribution centers are changing and proliferating. This year and the years to come, the market of industrial real estate, including land, development, construction, and expansion projects, are predicted to continue to grow. These types of facilities bring jobs and commerce to the communities that surround them, and they can even be done sustainably, which is why many Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky cities are welcoming new manufacturers and distributors into their areas.

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