Our Commercial Real Estate agents assist clients with land purchases, site selection, and buying or selling or leasing properties. We are licensed in Ohio and Kentucky. For assistance with your next commercial real estate investment, call one of our agents today.


Henkle Schueler is a leading commercial real estate brokerage company based in Southwest Ohio, with expert knowledge of the Greater Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky commercial property markets. For more than 80 years our experience, knowledge and expertise in the business real estate market has allowed us to become the premier choice for comprehensive commercial real estate services in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Our team always provides positive outcomes in the intricate process of land acquisition, development and construction for our business clients, who range from local corporate neighbors to international companies.


  • Land
  • Industrial
  • Office
  • Medical Office
  • Healthcare
  • Retail
  • Mixed-Use
  • Investment


  • Site Selection
  • Real Estate Brokerage
  • Tenant & Landlord Representation
  • Zoning & Land Use Consulting
  • Investment Sales
  • Broker’s Opinion of Property Value
  • Buy vs. Lease Analysis
  • Market Evaluation
  • Tax Incentives
  • Building Government Relationships
  • Land Syndications


Henkle Schueler & Associates is one of the largest commercial landowners and business property managers in the region. Over its history, our real estate brokerage has assembled more than 100 syndicated land developments, totaling 8,000 acres for development along the Cincinnati-Dayton corridor, with our most recent expansion being into Northern Kentucky. Our expansion into Northern Kentucky commercial real estate will help the area further integrate into the Cincinnati-Dayton area markets, growing and diversifying commercial and industrial real estate in the region.

We currently own more than 3,000 acres of business parks and prime undeveloped real estate, including empty acreage, farmland and zoned commercial land for sale. Henkle Schueler & Associates has even sold the land on which corporations such as Kings Island, Cincinnati Milacron, Fujitec America, Heritage and Four Bridges Golf Clubs are now located.


Henkle Schueler is affiliated with Corporate Facility Advisors/CORFAC International, a global network of independently owned commercial real estate brokerage firms with offices in 47 U.S. markets and 17 international markets.

CORFAC’s brokerage network comprises a group of collaborative, entrepreneurial firms that offer unmatched service to clients and provide top-level market expertise. Firm ethics and principles are involved in every commercial real estate service they oversee, adding value and best-in-class quality to each client interaction.


Another branch of the Schueler Group we partner with is Schueler Group Property Management: one of the fully integrated divisions of Schueler Group. It has managed more than a million square feet of commercial space in a wide variety of states, making them the authority on quality commercial site management in the Cincinnati area and its surrounding regions.

Our team of skilled property management professionals has more than 20 years of experience managing business properties in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton markets that occupy from 700 to more than 220,000 square feet, and are currently using that experience to manage new construction in Northern Kentucky around the I-75 and I-25 corridors.

What makes industrial properties different?

Developing a commercial industrial site for uses such as a manufacturing facility, warehouse or business or industrial park, can differ in important ways from other types of commercial property development, ranging from aesthetic requirements for the building and grounds, to zoning restrictions. In choosing a real estate firm, you will benefit from working with one that has experience in brokering and developing specifically industrial locations. And if you’re planning new construction, you should understand that an industrial project may have to meet different permitting requirements than do other, non-industrial commercial developments.

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