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Who’s Who in Birmingham Commercial Real Estate?

Birmingham Business Journal recognizes key commercial real estate executives including Bill Butler and Bob Nesbitt in a recent article showcasing the most influential firms in town. Read Full Article »

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Engel Realty Company to Handle Leasing and Management of Iron City Lofts

KRE Devolopment Holdings completed one of the most anticipated projects in the Lakeview District earlier this year, Iron City Lofts. Engel Realty Company, LLC is handling the lease up and management of the project and we are incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to partner with this developer. Learn More…

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5 More Restaurants to Join Starbucks, Comfort Inn & Suites at Birmingham’s Crossplex

Birmingham’s Crossplex Village moves forward with groundbreaking ceremony and the announcement of additional businesses moving into the development. Bob Nesbitt leads the project for Engel and has been an instrumental force driving the momentum of west Birmingham. Click here for additional details on the development and updates. Read Full Article…

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Savvy Southeast Commercial Real Estate Investments

As seen in Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune and Money Magazines In trendy cities like Dallas, Atlanta and Nashville, commercial properties are flying off the shelves at top dollar. But just outside those markets, in metro areas of several hundred thousand residents, is where the real deals are being captured. That’s the…

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Engel’s $16.7 Million Deals Include Sites in Homewood, Liberty Park, Avondale, Pelham, Five Points South, Centre and Muscle Shoals

Engel Realty Co. completed 84 commercial real estate deals in the first quarter of the year, valued at nearly $16.7 million. Among the deals from the quarter were: Engel’s Bob Nesbitt represented the seller of a 24,250-square-foot retail shopping center at 1925 West Main St. in Centre. Nesbitt also represented…

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How Far Will the Birmingham Apartment Market Stretch?

Downtown Birmingham already had hundreds of apartment units in various stages of announcements. But this week’s surge of project announcements took the trend to a whole new level. In the past three days, we have reported on three downtown apartment projects that could total 500 units if all are completed…

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