Scottsdale fire, police departments 1st recipients of protective gear
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA (April 8, 2020) – Doug Bondon and the team at Artisan Colour are stepping up their efforts in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The CEO and President of the award-winning Scottsdale commercial printer said his team was spurred to action when protective gear for emergency and front-line personnel was critically low.
An Artisan Colour face shield
“We were listening to the headline news at the office. When we heard reports about the rising COVID-19 infection rates and the shortage of protective gear for healthcare workers, you could feel the sadness in the room,” Bondon said. “Our Director of Digital Printing, Alan Ludington suggested we do something to help and the energy instantly changed – the entire team got behind it.”
The company went into action, first turning its attention to face masks but quickly realized its equipment was more suited to manufacturing face shields. Ludington found a supply of PETG, a clear, PVC-type material ideal for the shield and Bondon authorized the purchase of the materials.
The first set of shields was donated to the Scottsdale fire and police departments. When the project is completed, an estimated 100 hours of manufacturing time will produce 1,200 to 1,400 face shields.
Team and family members have reached out to local healthcare organizations and essential businesses, including Banner Health, the Phoenix Children’s Hospital and a local food processing company, who have all expressed interest in receiving the face shields.
Artisan continues to operate while enforcing safety measures that include no-contact deliveries.
“Our team is operating on split shifts to maintain a safe distance – 50 percent of employees work one week and the other half works the next,” Bondon said. “Each team member has contributed to this project and can be proud that they’re doing their part in combatting the spread of this virus.”
Bondon encourages others who feel helpless during this time to find a way to help.
“If we all do our part, we can overcome this situation as a community. We’re all in this together,” Bondon said.
Artisan Colour manufactured face shields for the Scottsdale police and fire departments.
About Artisan Colour
Artisan Colour is a discerning color house and award-winning digital commercial printer located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Founded in 1998, Artisan is an accomplished company of 65 industry professionals working together to achieve incredible color accuracy and our core values of integrity, enthusiasm, excellence, professionalism, and respect. Visit artisancolour.com to learn more about their projects. For more information, visit artisancolour.com.
TEMPE, ARIZONA (April 8, 2020) – Terracon, an engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce it has promoted Chuck Reynolds to Senior Principal, Senior Client Development Manager.
Reynolds has been with Terracon for 14 years. Previously he was Principal, Senior Client Development Manager.
His promotion is in recognition for his contributions to the firm over a broad geographic area and cross-country influence to grow the company. Reynolds will continue his role as Senior Client Development Manager based in Phoenix.
Reynolds’ primary focus is to support offices in Arizona and New Mexico. However, he has interaction with offices nationwide and particularly in Terracon’s Western Operating Group.
“Chuck lives Terracon’s vision at being best at people, leading in innovation and leads us in becoming dominate in our markets,” said Darren Bruns, Director of Client Development Western Operating Group. “Specifically, Chuck’s innovative ideas as it relates to brand recognition using media, technology and strategic partners is truly inspiring to the entire Terracon team.”
A native of Albuquerque, N.M., Reynolds earned a BS in geology from the University of New Mexico. He holds positions and is actively involved with numerous industry groups. They include:
Co-Chair, Arizona Conference on Roads and Streets; American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC); American Public Works Association (APWA); Arizona Energy Consortium (AEC); Urban Land Institute Arizona District Council (ULI); Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED); Valley Partnership; and the Tempe Chamber of Commerce.
Terracon is an employee-owned consulting engineering firm with more than 5,000 employee-owners providing environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials services from more than 140 offices with services available in all 50 states. Terracon currently ranks 24th on the Engineering News-Record list of Top 500 Design Firms and is ranked No. 1 in Asbestos and Lead Abatement Design.
To learn more about Terracon visit terracon.com/offices/phoenix/
TEMPE, ARIZONA (April 6, 2020) – The participants weren’t there in person, but they truly were in spirit. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, engineering consulting firm Terracon, being aware of safety to others, postponed its annual golf tournament that benefits Kids at Hope.
Terracon realized the lost donations from canceled events would negatively impact Kids at Hope. It still found a way to donate: Terracon gave companies that signed up for the tournament the option of donating their registration/sponsorship fees to Kids at Hope.
Rick Miller, Kids at Hope
Although the event scheduled for March 27 at the Legacy Golf Resort was not held, Terracon matched the first $2,500 in donations and presented Kids at Hope with a check for $5,000.
“Terracon is happy to be partnered with Kids at Hope for our annual Golf for Good event,” said Terracon Office Manager Brent M. Borchers. “We were very disappointed that we had to postpone the event. Safety is a core value at Terracon.
“However, through the generosity of our business partners, we are thankful and happy that we could still support Kids at Hope. We also look forward to our continued relationship with Kids at Hope with our Golf for Good event this fall,” Borchers said.
Three companies extended their generosity in this time of need, Borchers added: Esco Corporation, Katerra and Transco Energy. Each donated their fees to Kids at Hope.
“With the severe demands in Arizona due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Katerra is proud to be joining others in donating our golf sponsorship fees to Kids at Hope,” said Tracy Thiesse, Subcontractor Relationship Manager with Katerra. “We recognize that COVID-19 is impacting us all in unprecedented ways, and we’re happy to be a part of helping nonprofit organizations such as Kids at Hope sustain their operations during these uncertain times.”
Kids at Hope is an organization that inspires, empowers and transforms schools, organizations serving youth and entire communities to create an environment and culture where all children experience success, no exceptions.
“From our hearts to yours, thank you to Terracon, Esco Corporation, Katerra and Transco Energy for their willingness to continue to support our remarkable work during this unprecedented period,” said Rick Miller, Founder and President, Kids at Hope.
Terracon is an employee-owned consulting engineering firm with nearly 5,000 employees providing environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials services from more than 140 offices with services available in all 50 states. Terracon currently ranks 24th on the Engineering News-Record list of Top 500 Design Firms and is ranked No. 1 in Asbestos and Lead Abatement Design.
To learn more about Terracon visit terracon.com/offices/phoenix/
PHOENIX, ARIZONA (April 6, 2020) – NAI Horizon represented buyer in the $7 million acquisition of the Corbins Electric corporate headquarters building, a 52,744 SF industrial property located at 4829 S. 38th St., in Phoenix.
NAI Horizon Senior Vice President Lane Neville and Associate Logan Crum represented the buyer.
The property is a single-tenant industrial property occupied by Corbins Electric and serves as its corporate headquarters. Corbins Electric has been in business since 1975 as a top electrical contracting services company.
Corbins Electric is an innovative electrical company and an industry leader with state-of-the-art technologies. It provides virtual construction services, fabrication services, electrical construction, and electrical service/job ordering contracting.
“The Corbins Electric building is a great investment asset with a strong tenant in an excellent industrial location,” Neville said. “The property is conveniently located west of 40th Street, south of Wier Avenue, just minutes from both Interstate 10 and AZ-143 freeways.”
Clint Hardison and Blake Hardison with Keyser Commercial Real Estate Advisory represented the seller.
PHOENIX, ARIZONA (April 2, 2020) – NAI Horizon Senior Vice President John Filli represented the seller in negotiating the $1.035 million investment-related sale of an office-retail complex in Gilbert, Arizona.
The property was listed with Global Financial & Trading LLC, of Scottsdale, an Arizona limited liability company from May 27, 2015, through March 6, 2020 (close of escrow).
The asset at 746 and 788 W. Guadalupe Road comprises two, identical 5,154 SF buildings totaling 10,308 SF. The gray shell complex, which was built in 2006, was never occupied and foreclosed upon by the lender in 2014.
It is surrounded by great demographics and sits on approximately .9056 acres at the NEC of Cooper and Guadalupe in Gilbert. It features nine covered and 21 surface parking spots.
“Even though it took much longer than normal to sell the property – 5 years to be exact – I enjoyed dealing with and resolving the many challenges that this particular listing assignment had to offer,” Filli said. “Some of the challenges included taking several years to achieve a seller-approved and justifiable asking sale price and weathering nine months of accessibility issues resulting from the modifications and improvements to the intersection of Cooper and Guadalupe roads.
“As I look back on this experience, I am reminded of the following words appearing on a billboard sign in northern Arizona: ‘Spur no faster than you can ride,’ ” Filli said.
The buyer, WNDG LLC, of Scottsdale, an Arizona limited liability company, was represented by Julie Harris and Jennifer Hill of Diversified Partners LLC.
PHOENIX, ARIZ. (March 31, 2020): The sale of two parcels of land and the sale of three industrial buildings in the Valley highlight recent deals closed by NAI Horizon professionals.
Lane Neville and Logan Crum negotiated a sale of 2.8 acres of land representing both the seller, Sunset Financial Planning Group, LP & JMLRJL, LLC and the buyer, Storage Holding Southern, LLC for $780,000. The property is located at 19th Avenue and Southern.
Jeff Adams negotiated a sale of a 3,380 SF industrial building representing the buyer, A & B Property Holdings, LLC for $500,000. The property is located at 4334 E. Winslow Ave., Phoenix, AZ. The seller, Donnita Trevett, was represented by Juan Pesqueira with Attorneys Realty.
Rick Foss and Jay Olson negotiated a sale of a 4,200 SF industrial building representing both the seller, Amelio C. Enterprises and the buyer, Olson Living Trust, for $377,700. The property is located at 3002 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ.
Christopher Lewis negotiated a sale of ±0.62 acres representing the seller, Walker Southwest Properties, LLC for $340,000. The property is located at 204 S. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ. The buyer, Rochelle Glassman, was represented by Michael Karbassi with Delex Realty.
Rick Foss and Jay Olson negotiated a sale of a 2,500 SF industrial building representing the seller, Amelio C. Enterprises for $237,500. The property is located at 3010 N. 24th Str., Phoenix, AZ. The buyer, Aaron Bass, was represented by Eddie Gonzales with SVN Desert Commercial Advisors.
Isy Sonabend and Drew Eisen represented the tenant, Enclos Corporation, in a 37-month industrial lease for 88,607 SF at 1100 N. 127th Ave., Avondale, AZ. The landlord, J&J Coldwater, LLC, was represented by James Cohn with CBRE.
Isy Sonabend and Drew Eisen represented the tenant, Elliot Electric, in an 87-month industrial lease for 11,730 SF at 425 E. Germann Road, Gilbert, AZ. The landlord, EastGroup Properties was represented by Paul Sieczkowki with Colliers.
Isy Sonabend represented the tenant, MasTec Network Solutions, in a 62-month industrial lease for 20,582 SF at 330 E. Germann Road, Gilbert, AZ. The landlord, Park Lucero1, LP, was represented by Pat Harlan with JLL.
Kevin Higgins, Lane Neville and Logan Crum represented the landlord, Crismon Superstition Development, in a 60-month lease for 2,628 SF at 10153 E. Hampton Ave., Suite 106, Mesa, AZ. The tenant, Iglesia de Jesurito de Nazaret, was represented by Jeff Dorsten with JK Realty.
Troy Giammarco and Joe Pequeno represented the tenant, Dent Wizard International, in a 60-month industrial lease for 7,200 SF at 9550 N. 90th St., Scottsdale, AZ. The landlord, Ranch Auto Center LLC, was represented by Matt Frerick with Lee & Associates.
Chris Gerow, Shelby Tworek, Gabe Ortega and Patrick Anthon represented the tenant, Revolve Services, LLC, in a 120-month retail lease for 2,877 SF at 1932 W. Main St., Mesa, AZ. The landlord, Tri City Retail, LLC, was represented by Krisi Buechler with BKR Lamar Retail Services, LLC.
Lori Kahn and Joan Krueger represented the tenant, Fas Psych in a 48-month office lease for 5,020 SF at 8687 E. Via De Ventura, Scottsdale, AZ. The landlord, Ventura Management, LLC, was represented by SVN/Desert Commercial.
Isy Sonabend and Drew Eisen represented the tenant, US Med Equip in a 62-month industrial lease for 3,670 SF at 2465 W. 12th St., Tempe, AZ. The landlord, BKM Hohokam 250, was represented by Golden St. John with Colliers.
Matt Harper, CCIM, represented the landlord, Chahoud Family Trust, in a 60-month retail lease for 1,353 SF at 2829 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ. The tenant, George M. Chahoud, represented himself.
Chris Gerow, Shelby Tworek, Gabe Ortega and Patrick Anthon represented the tenant, Law Offices of David Freydin, in a 60-month retail lease for 685 SF at 1838 W. Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ. The landlord, GM 19 Bell, LLC, was represented by Kalen Rickard with Western Retail Advisors.
Matt Harper, CCIM, represented the tenant, Stepping Stone Adult Development Center, LLC in a 38.5-month retail lease at 12228 N. Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ. The landlord, Hampton Plaza, LLC, was represented by Kyle Davis with CPI.
Matt Harper, CCIM, represented the landlord, M&N Realty, in a 36-month retail lease for 1,233 SF at 12020 S. Warner Elliot Loop, Phoenix, AZ. The tenant, Notable Enterprises, LLC, represented itself.
Thomas Bean, CCIM and Laurel Lewis represented the landlord, State Bar of Arizona in a 12-month office lease for 1,073 SF at 4201 N. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ. The tenant, Law Office of Daniel Hutto, PLLC, represented itself.
Rendering of Derby Roosevelt Row.
PHOENIX, AZ. (March 23, 2020) – General contractor Hensel Phelps in February broke ground on Derby Roosevelt Row, Metro Phoenix’s first “small unit” apartment development.
Located in the highly sought-after Roosevelt Row Arts District, Derby Roosevelt Row 800 E. 2nd St., will be a 21-story high-rise featuring 222 residential units over six stories of above-ground parking.
Over half of Derby Roosevelt Row’s units will be studios, averaging 350 SF. All 222 units will come fully furnished. Amenities will include a pool deck on the seventh level, a roof-top deck on the 21st level, and retail space on the ground level. Construction completion is scheduled for 1Q 2022.
“These small unit apartments are the first of their kind in Phoenix and are an exciting addition to the vibrant Roosevelt Row neighborhood,” said Hensel Phelps Project Manager John Doherty. “We have enjoyed building a strong and trusting relationship with the owner, developer, and design team and are excited to begin construction.”
The owner is Denver-based real estate private equity firm Ascentris, the development manager is Transwestern Development Company. The architect of record is Wilder Belshaw Architects.
Notable subcontractors include University Mechanical & Engineering Contractors (UMEC) and Specified Electrical Contractors, Inc. (SECON). Hensel Phelps will be self-performing the cast-in-place structural concrete.
About Hensel Phelps
Since its inception in 1937, Hensel Phelps has developed a reputation of conducting business in an ethically, socially, economically, and environmentally responsible manner. It is committed to having a positive impact on the communities in which its people work, live and on those with which it interacts on a daily basis. Hensel Phelps is also dedicated to diversity and inclusion of these communities into the workforce. Hensel Phelps will ensure the health and safety of its employees, stakeholders and those served by the projects that it undertakes. Hensel Phelps believes that it has a corporate responsibility to minimize its carbon footprint and impact on the environment. Since 1990, the company has maintained a recycling program at all locations and provides waste material sorting areas on projects.
Many of the workspaces where its employees conduct business are Platinum, Gold and Silver Certified by USGBC and provided environments where colleagues and partners can realize the benefits of Green technology in the workplace. Hensel Phelps has more than 300 LEED APs and LEED Green Associates.
In 2006, Hensel Phelps introduced hybrid passenger vehicles to the company fleet. Hensel Phelps has provided charging stations at various company offices and locations. From 2006 to 2015 the Company fleet has risen from 5% to 56% hybrid passenger vehicles, and continue to increase.
One of the safest contractors in the nation, Hensel Phelps takes pride in both its safety program and the award-winning results. Its Experience Modification Rate (EMR), the construction industries’ safety measurement benchmark, has shown consistent year over year improvement, and is half of the industry average for a self-performing general contractor. For more information visit henselphelps.com.
Ascentris is a real estate private equity firm based in Denver, Colorado. With $1.3 billion in assents under management, Ascentris manages a series of fully discretionary institutional vehicles targeting both core and value-add investments across the major property types and geographic regions within the U.S. Since 2003, the Ascentris management team has relied on an investment philosophy and organizational structure that results in its investors getting to opportunities ahead of the market while receiving an unmatched level of service, transparency and accountability. Ascentris is a privately held and management-owned SEC registered investment adviser that maintains an unwavering commitment to put its investors’ needs first. For more information visit ascentris.com.
PHOENIX, ARIZONA (March 18, 2020): NAI Horizon Senior Vice President Isy Sonabend and agent Drew Eisen represented the tenant in a $1.28 million lease for the manufacturer of high-rise glass curtain walls at 1100 N. 127th Ave., in Avondale.
NAI Horizon represented Enclos Corporation of Chino, Calif., in the lease totaling 88,607 SF. Enclos is a specialty glazing and exterior facade contractor. It provides design, engineering, fabrication and assembly services for custom curtain wall systems and structural glass facades for some of the world’s most iconic skyscrapers.
“Enclos has been fabricating curtain walls in Phoenix for several years and then shipping the finished units to construction site in the Western U.S.,” Sonabend said. “The addition of warehousing allows Enclos to expand its operations in Phoenix.”
The unit is within Coldwater Depot, which totals more than 1MSF. The dock-high warehouse sits on a 56-acre industrial site. It features truck court depth of 195 feet and a clear height of 36 feet.
The landlord, J&J Coldwater, LLC of Issaquah, Wash., was represented by James Cohn of CBRE.
PHOENIX, ARIZONA (March 16, 2020) – NAI Horizon’s continued focus on growth, a collaborative approach and advancement of technology and resources to best serve its clients translated into almost $400 million in total transactions in 2019.
For the second straight year, the office’s top producer was one of NAI Horizon’s female professionals – Senior Vice President and office broker Laurel Lewis. Topping the list in 2018 was Senior Vice President Denise Nunez, one of the country’s top self-storage sales experts.
“Our top 10 group is a great representation of our market coverage and diversity,” NAI Horizon CEO/Designated Broker Terry Martin-Denning said. “I am fortunate to work with such an amazing group of professionals.”
In 2019 four new agents joined the Phoenix office: Mike Myrick, office/industrial; Chris Lewis, land/industrial; Jennifer Loehnert, office/industrial/retail; and Joe Pequeno, office.
These new hires and their experience add value to NAI Horizon’s team of industry experts. The strategic addition of new agents allows the company to expand its market share with new clients and to better serve current clients
NAI Horizon’s broker ownership platform allows agents to benefit from both personal achievement and the success of the company while encouraging a collaborative culture. This platform prioritizes broker needs while offering global reach and resources.
The list of 2019 Top Producers reflects the success of the broker ownership platform and the overall positive trends in the Phoenix commercial real estate market with a range of specialties represented: investment sales, industrial, office, self-storage properties and retail.
NAI Horizon’s 2019 Top Producers:
1. Laurel Lewis, Office;
2. Lane Neville, Investment Sales (office and retail);
3. Shelby Tworek, Retail;
4. Chris Gerow, Retail;
5. Isy Sonabend, Industrial;
6. Matt Harper, CCIM, Retail;
7. Denise Nunez, Investment Sales (self-storage);
8. Troy Giammarco, Office;
9. Gabe Ortega, Retail;
10. Mike Gaida, Business/Industrial/Retail.
NAI Horizon 2019 highlights:
• NAI Horizon’s retail team of Senior Vice Presidents Chris Gerow, Shelby Tworek, Gabe Ortega and Associate Patrick Anthon negotiated the most transactions by a team, 38.
• Matt Harper, CCIM, closed the most transactions by an individual, 61. Harper is in his second year as secretary/treasurer for the CCIM Central Arizona chapter.
• Russ Warner, Andrew Warner and Victoria Filice brokered the largest sale, $16.4 million for a mobile home park in California.
• Mike Kumelski recorded the largest lease, $5.98 million for a retail building in Utah.
• Dylan Whitwer, an Associate with the office team, was 2019 Chair for the Valley Partnership Community Project (New Pathways For Youth).
• Terry Martin-Denning, CEO & Designated Broker, was named Secretary of the NAI Global 2020 Leadership Board. NAI Global is a leading global commercial real estate brokerage firm.
PHOENIX, ARIZ. (March 11, 2020) — The sale of a self-storage portfolio in Kansas and the sale of self-storage property in Avondale, a combined $9.5 million, highlight recent deals closed by NAI Horizon professionals.
Denise Nunez teamed with Nathan Farha with NAI Martens, negotiating the sale of a three-property self-storage portfolio, representing the seller, Leon J. & Susan L. Moeder for $8.175 million. The property is located at 2359 N. Amidon, 122 S. Hydraulic Ave. & 4545 E. Pawnee St., Wichita, KS. The buyer, Wichita Self Storage Group LLC, represented itself.
Denise Nunez negotiated a sale of a self-storage property, representing the seller, John K. Vanderwey, Lawrence J. Vanderwey, Michael J. Vanderwey & Nicholas J. Vanderwey, Trustees of The Rexco Trust, V/T/A dated December 17, 2009 for $1.4 million. The property is located at the NEC of 119th Avenue & McDowell. The buyer, Guardian Storage Centers, LLC, represented itself.
Laurel Lewis and Dylan Whitwer negotiated a sale of a 2,459 SF office building, representing the seller, Troon North, LLC, for $180,000. The property is located at 10031 E. Dynamite Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ. The buyer, Timothy J. Haugue Jr. Living Trust was represented by Jason Reddington with Levrose.
Mike Myrick represented the tenant, Yknot Party Rentals, in a 64-month industrial lease for 17,285 SF at 9035 S. Kyrene Road, Tempe, AZ. The landlord, TLF (Kyrene Commons) LLC, was represented by Steve Sayre with JLL.
Laurel Lewis represented the tenant, Shaffer Family Law, in a 22-month office sublease for 1,971 SF at 100 S. Kyrene Road, Chandler, AZ. The landlord, Cherry Creek Mortgage, represented itself.
Laurel Lewis represented the tenant, Zelus, in a 33-month office lease for 4,045 SF at 1230 W. Washington St., Tempe, AZ. The landlord, Papago Buttes Corporate, LLC was represented by Chris Walker with Cushman & Wakefield.
Lane Neville and Logan Crum represented the landlord, Chandler Medical Property Company, in a 63-month medical lease for 2,847 SF at 655 S. Dobson Road, Chandler, AZ. The tenant, Pinnacle Pain & Spine Consultants, PLC, was represented by Mari Lederman with JLL.
Laurel Lewis represented the tenant, Iluminar, PLLC, in a 36-month office lease renewal for 2,215 SF at 9377 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale, AZ. The landlord, McDowell Mountain Medical Investors, LTD, was represented by Michael Morton with Medical Office Brokers.
Thomas Bean, CCIM and Jay Mininberg represented both the tenant, Incus5, and the landlord, Wilshire Enterprises in a 1,492 SF office lease at 4515 S. McClintock Drive, Tempe, AZ.
John Filli and Dylan Whitwer represented the tenant, A to Z Environmental Services, LLC in a 37-month industrial lease for 4,855 SF at 10937 N. Solar Canyon Drive, Surprise, AZ. The landlord, JSBT, was represented by Kevin Helland with Avison Young – Arizona.
Matt Harper, CCIM represented the landlord, The Shops at Phoenix, LLC in a 37-month retail lease for 1,009 SF at 6170 S. 51st Ave. Laveen, AZ. The tenant, GGs Pet Salon, LLC, represented itself.
Matt Harper, CCIM represented the landlord, M&N Realty, LLC in a 38-month retail lease for 2,100 SF at 12020 S. Warner Elliot Loop, Phoenix, AZ. The tenant, Nadia Drake dba Exhale MedSpa, represented itself.
Matt Harper, CCIM represented the landlord, Robert Lee Thatcher and Arlene A. Thatcher, in a 40-month retail lease for 1,200 SF at 4737 W. Glenn Drive, Glendale, AZ. The tenant, Eric Timothee Gouvide Jr. represented himself.
Matt Harper, CCIM represented the landlord, Arizona MSK, LLC in a 12-month retail lease for 1,000 SF at 5270 N. 59th Ave., Glendale, AZ. The tenant, West Phoenix Tattoo Supply, LLC, represented itself.
Joan Krueger represented the landlord, Jade Lion LLC, in a 12-month retail lease at 9241 N. 6th Street, Phoenix, AZ. The tenant, Gerber Law, P.C., represented themselves.
About NAI Horizon
Exceptional global commercial real estate solutions begin with local market leadership and expertise. Established in 1992, NAI Horizon is a full-service commercial real estate company serving Arizona with offices located in Phoenix and Tucson. NAI Horizon is passionate about the commercial real estate business, providing Brokerage and Property Management Services for local, national and international clients. NAI Horizon is a member of the NAI Global commercial real estate network providing real estate solutions to 375+ offices worldwide. For more information visit www.naihorizon.com.
About NAI Global
Advisory Services, Leasing, Property Management, Property & Note Sales and Tenant Representation
NAI Global is a leading global commercial real estate brokerage firm. NAI Global offices are leaders in their local markets and work in unison to provide clients with exceptional solutions to their commercial real estate needs. NAI Global has more than 375 offices strategically located throughout North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific, with 6,000 local market professionals, managing in excess of 1.15 billion square feet of property and facilities. Annually, NAI Global completes in excess of $20 billion in commercial real estate transactions.
NAI Global professionals achieve extraordinary results for clients locally and globally through creativity, collaboration and the consistent delivery of exceptional knowledge and service that only market-leading firms can provide. NAI Global provides a full range of corporate real estate services, including brokerage and leasing, property and facilities management, real estate investment and capital market services, due diligence, global supply chain and logistics consulting and related advisory services. To learn more visit: www.naiglobal.com.