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About Us Mankato Commercial Real Estate
Carlos Carrera, an active member of the National Association of Realtors, Minnesota Association of Realtors, and the Realtors Association of Southern Minnesota, places a strong emphasis on values and integrity in his Mankato commercial real estate practice. With extensive knowledge and experience in the real estate market, he has a proven track record of successfully guiding clients from start to finish, always striving to exceed their goals and expectations in Mankato commercial real estate.
Mankato Commercial Real Estate: A Thriving Market in Southern Minnesota
Overview of Mankato Commercial Real Estate
Mankato is known for its affordable and thriving commercial real estate market, as well as its strong community and robust economy. With its diverse range of sizes and styles for retail shops, restaurants, offices, and industrial spaces, the city’s properties are a prime destination for growth and success. Additionally, Mankato’s convenient location and supportive business environment, along with its well-educated workforce and high quality of life, make it an attractive location in the commercial real estate sector.
Characteristics of the Mankato Business Property Market
When it comes to the commercial real estate market in Mankato, affordability, a strong community, and a thriving economy are its defining characteristics. The city’s properties offer a diverse selection of options for retail, restaurant, office, and industrial spaces in various sizes and styles. Furthermore, its convenient location and supportive business environment ensure continued growth and success in the commercial real estate market.
Affordability and Community
The affordability, strong community, and thriving economy of Mankato make it a hub for commercial real estate growth and development. With a diverse selection of sizes and styles for its properties, the city is an attractive option for businesses and investors. Furthermore, Mankato’s convenient location and supportive business environment, as well as its well-educated workforce and high quality of life, make it a desirable location for continued growth and success in the commercial real estate market.
Growth and Development
Thanks to its supportive business environment, well-educated workforce, and high quality of life, Mankato’s commercial real estate market is experiencing steady growth and development. The city’s affordability and strong community, along with its thriving economy, make it a prime location for commercial development. The growing demand for retail shops, restaurants, offices, and industrial spaces has resulted in a wide range of properties in various sizes and styles, providing ample opportunities for businesses and investors.
Opportunities for Businesses and Investors
Businesses and investors seeking growth and expansion opportunities will find a wealth of options in Mankato. With its thriving economy, educated workforce, and supportive business environment, businesses and investors can expect a high return on investment. Additionally, Mankato offers a diverse range of retail shops, restaurants, offices, and industrial spaces in various sizes and styles, providing the perfect conditions for business growth and success. Whether starting a new venture or expanding a well-established company, Mankato’s commercial real estate market is poised for growth and success, making it a top choice for investment.
TOP REAL ESTATE News
JLL Capital Markets closed the sale of Rayette Lofts, an 88-unit, mid-rise adaptive reuse residential and retail property in downtown St. Paul, MN, for an undisclosed sum. A team of Mox Gunderson, Dan Linnell, Josh Talberg and Adam Haydon marketed the property on behalf of Sherman Associates and procured
PCCP LLC formed a joint venture with Edina, MN-based Capital Partners for the acquisition of a 557,887-square-foot, five-property light industrial portfolio located in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro. Terms weren’t disclosed.The portfolio is currently 87% leased to a diversified tenant base with a weighted
High Street Residential (HSR), the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, launched construction on a mixed-use development in the Lake Nokomis neighborhood of Minneapolis. The project will include 130 residential apartments and 24,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, which will be
JLL Capital Markets arranged a $12.3-million refinancing for Moxy Minneapolis Uptown, a 125-room Marriott-branded boutique hotel in the Uptown submarket of Minneapolis.JLL worked on behalf of the borrower, Graves Hospitality, to place the five-year, fixed-rate loan with a flexible pre-payment structure
Ryan Companies unveiled plans for a “healthy village” concept on 100 acres of land in Maple Grove, MN, within the Twin Cities metro area. The developer is partnering with North Memorial Health to plan a mixed-use health village anchored by Maple Grove Hospital.The new village is expected to include healthcare,
Bridge Investment Group entered the Twin Cities market with its acquisition of West End Office Park (WEOP), a 568,000-square-foot, six-building office portfolio in the Minneapolis suburb of St. Louis Park. MN. Deal terms weren’t disclosed. Seller Excelsior Group traded the complex after a five-year hold.During
NKF arranged a $65-million floating rate loan on behalf of AJ Capital to refinance Graduate Minneapolis, a 304-key hotel on the University of Minnesota’s campus. The loan was provided by Aareal Capital.The NKF team was led by Jordan Roeschlaub and Dustin Stolly, co-heads of the debt & structured
Dominium closed on the acquisition of an office building in Minnetonka, MN, within the Twin Cities metro area. The business is moving its corporate office to Crest Ridge, a larger space to accommodate future growth. The building was formerly occupied by Syngenta Seeds.Preliminary plans indicate that
A CBRE team based in Atlanta and Denver completed the sale and financing of a nine-building medical office portfolio totaling approximately 470,000 square feet located in two Midwestern states, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Deal terms weren’t disclosed.Chris Bodnar, Lee Asher, Ryan Lindsley and Jordan Selbiger of CBRE’s
Colliers International will acquire a controlling interest in four subsidiaries of Dougherty Financial Group LLC: Dougherty Mortgage LLC, Dougherty & Company LLC, Dougherty Funding LLC and Dougherty Insurance Agency LLC for an undisclosed sum. They’ll be rebranded as Colliers Mortgage and Colliers