Mark Cotroneo and his team were on the hunt for new office space in the North Metro area of the Twin Cities. They had started their search online, and on a whim, expressed interest in a property on the Premier Commercial Properties website. They happened to be matched with commercial real estate advisor Bradee Thompson, something Mr. Cotroneo considers a bit of good luck.
The Premier Commercial Properties team works with all sorts of businesses that require all different sorts of properties, from office space to manufacturing floors to auto body shops. When James Schaak needed shop space for his growing landscaping business, he reached out to a name he recognized from a few of his commercial landscaping clients: Mike Fisher. Here’s Mr. Schaak’s experience working with Mike, told in his own words.
As someone new to the commercial real estate sales process, a Fridley office space owner didn’t know what to expect. That’s why she was so grateful to have Bradee Thompson of Premier Commercial Properties in her corner.
Retail space can be difficult to lease and manage. But the owners of the Hanson Commons retail property found that with the right team on their side, they were able to fill their suites. Discover how Premier Commercial Properties commercial real estate agent Rich Lee and property manager Mike Fisher helped Hanson Commons stabilize their book.
Ever done business with someone, and it goes so well that you can’t wait for an opportunity to work that person again? It doesn’t happen often. But after working with Marty not once or twice but three separate times, Dean Spiczka’s thinking of buying more property just so he has the chance to work with Premier Commercial Properties co-founder Marty Fisher again.
A commercial real estate transaction involves many different stakeholders, including the buyer, seller, and the city and county where the property is located. Municipal and county interest in the development of commercial land adds an extra layer of complexity to a commercial real estate transaction.
After leasing a building for fourteen years, the owners of Biota Landscapes, an award-winning, Minneapolis-based residential and commercial landscape design-build firm, wanted to plant roots in their own building both for expanded, creative space and for long-term investment reasons.
Backed by a team of construction, real estate, financing, and development professionals, Brenda Nolby, owner of Jam Hops, the popular gymnastics, dance, and cheerleading gym, sold a building and designed and built a brand new, mega-sized special purpose facility in Ham Lake.
What do you do when you find a commercial property that has everything you’re looking for and you’ve started the process of buying it, but then through due diligence, you find it has environmental issues? It doesn’t have a nice ring to it for sure, but most properties that have desirable characteristics, are still valuable and very much worth the extra steps it may take to mitigate any environmental issue.
Pastor Carlos and his wife, Adriana Climaco were in need of selling their 2,300 sf building that had been home to Mision Cristiana Bethel Church and a 200-member congregation since 2010. They had purchased the former retail/office building in Fridley, MN and transformed it into a thriving church in the community.