Jeff Reed represented Bend Golf & Country Club in their disposition of 3.35 acres to Bend Park & Recreation District. The Park & Recreation District plans to have a park within a half mile of each residential rooftop in Bend per the Bend Park & Recreation District Comprehensive Plan adopted in July 2018.
TEC Equipment, the West’s leading truck and trailer dealership, breaks ground this week on its newest full-service heavy-duty truck and trailer dealership, in Redmond, OR. Read more here. Adjacent parcels available. More information here.
Jeff Reed represented Adele Cao in the purchase of the land and building occupied by Dutch Brothers on the South end of Hwy 97 in Redmond, Oregon. The .39 acre parcel, and 480 SF building closed at $1,400,000. Jenn Limoges represented Summit Orthotics and Prosthetics' purchase of a Class A medical building. Summit
Jenn Limoges, CCIM, Broker at NAI Cascade was awarded the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation by the CCIM Institute, one of the leading commercial real estate associations in the world. The CCIM designation is conferred upon commercial real estate leaders who have a proven record of success in the field and have demonstrated a
Amazon is Splitting HQ2 Between 2 East Coast Cities
Just as it is for men, ask four women how they chose careers in commercial real estate and you will get four different answers. Andie Edmonds was a stock broker in the 1990s before moving to a small city in Central Oregon where she wanted to reboot her career after her kids were all
Redmond: Here we grow again... REDMOND, Ore. - Two new national hotels slated for development in Redmond A brand new four story Hampton by Hilton Inn and and another four story Woodsprings Suites are about to come up out of the ground in south Redmond after all their plans are approved and their permits
COMS building to be renovated, expanded REDMOND, Ore. - Multimillion-dollar changes are likely on the way for Redmond’s medical district. The city's Urban Renewal Advisory Committee is supporting plans for a $6.5 million medical facility. It’s recommending the city invest $600,000 in a forgivable loan toward the project. The Central Oregon Medical Specialists building, located