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Walgreens Building For Sale in Mason

 Property Description 

  • Operating Walgreens 
  • Brick + EFIS 
  • Lot Size 1.4 acres 
  • Plenty of Parking 
  • Busy Intersection Reading Road and Western Row Road 
  • Up to an additional .8 acres at intersection “point” included via ground lease 
  • Close proximity to I-71, I-75, I-275 and Mason Montgomery Road 
  • Walgreens lease currently set to expire (buyer to honor until expiration) 

Location Highlights 

  • Highly visible corner location 
  • Many amenities nearby 
  • In vibrant mixed-use area 
  • High traffic counts at intersection 
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Apex Eye

Congratulations to Apex Eye who just moved into their new Mason, Ohio location. Dan Thomas and Mark Hail of our construction company worked on the 10,000 SF medical office building.

The space features administrative offices, several exam rooms, and upgraded waiting and display areas. Congratulations to Dr. Meier and his team on their beautiful and completely customized office. Thank you for choosing to work with us!

 

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7,700 SF End Cap Space in Tri Centre Plaza

Potential For: Retail, Daycare, Medical, Office, Entertainment, Fitness

Property Description

  • 7,700 SF End Cap Space
  • Glass surround for High Visbility
  • Located in Tri-County market, close to regional mall
  • Plenty of parking
  • Only 1/2 mile south of I-275
  • Less than 1.5 miles west of I-75
  • Reserved pylon space available

Location Highlights

  • 39,020 Cars per day
  • 58,712 Households within a five-mile radius
  • Across from Tri-County Shopping Mall /Kemper Road
  • $77,151—Average household income within a five-mile radius
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Vandalia Industrial Land or Build to Suit

Property Description

  • Land available for sale
  • Possible build-to-suit or spec building option
  • Sewer, water and gas located at site 
  • 100% abatement/ 15 years available 
  • Close to Dayton International Airport ‘Established Industrial Park 

Location Highlights

  • Great highway visibility
  • Easy access to I-75 and I-70
  • 3.2 miles from I-70/I-75 interchange
  • 1.7 miles from I-75/SR 40 exit ramp
  • 76,500 vehicles/day on I-75
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Jeff Eichhorn Participates in Commercial Real Estate Roundtable

Jeff Eichhorn, Executive Vice President of Henkle Schueler and Associates, recently sat down with three other local commercial real estate experts as part of the Commercial Real Estate Roundtable discussion hosted by the Cincinnati Business Courier. We were excited to be a part of this group and glad to have Jeff share his insight on industry trends.

Click here to read the full article. 

 

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PetSuites: Signs of the Future

Bill is the Executive Vice President for Schueler’s development team and has been for over four years. He has spent a long career with some of the country’s leading real estate development organizations. He lives in Anderson Township with his wife and two children.

Social media tells us that people are passionate about their pets. This is evidenced from Facebook to Instagram – with many pet feeds surpassing celebrities. And it is with this in mind that we commenced talks with a company called PetSuites Pet Resort and Spa.

We have been selected as one of PetSuites’ national development teams.  As their selected development team- we research potential markets, help with site selection, develop the project and will own the facility and lease it back to PetSuites. By working closely with PetSuites we have been able to work efficiently to ensure an on time and on budget delivery.

Bunnell Hill Development has broken ground on a PetSuites location on Wortham Center Drive, in a suburb of Houston, Texas. This new 14,240 SF pet resort is the first of several projects we hope to complete in the Houston market. We have another site approved and under contract in Sienna Plantation as well as additional sites in Humble and Spring.

We are excited about this relationship and the potential future business with PetSuites.

Schueler Group pays tribute to our learnings from our rich history with a focus on the future – which is where PetSuites is firmly placed.

Written By: Bill Chester 

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Schueler Group Construction Business Still Booming

Kevin is President of Schueler Group’s construction division (Bunnell Hill Construction) and has been so for 25 years. Prior, he was a professional hockey player. He lives in Mason, Ohio with his wife and three children.

Our growth in the construction business has a strong base in relationship building both from an owner and subcontractor standpoint.   Our team prides itself on open communication with owners and our partners in the subcontractor market assuring our projects are completed safely, on time and at or under budget.

A sample of our current work load focuses on 20 plus year national relationships with FedEx Freight and the Tractor Supply Company.  For Freight, we currently are near completion and under construction on two locations in Pennsylvania.  Under construction in Wisconsin, and a recent award for location in Texas.  For Tractor Supply we have just opened a new location in Cadiz, Ohio and are under construction in Kentucky on a new ground-up location.

Closer to home we have added new clients, and are continuing to expand our business relationships. I will address these in more detail in future posts.

Bunnell Hill Construction is proud of our work, and the relationships we have built over the years resulting in new customers and valued long-time friends.

Written By: Kevin Scott

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Why History Matters; Understanding Market Trends

Mike Schueler, CEO, The Schueler Group

I have worked in the construction, development, land and real estate business for over 40 years. In that time, we have witnessed the highs and lows of the economy and had a front row seat to growth, trends and market challenges that have confronted us. One must not look far to understand that the economic lows, while they are a challenge, often result in vibrant recovery.

Our organization was founded in 1935 during the middle of America’s Great Depression which ran from 1929-1939. In fact, a real estate boom had occurred in the 1920’s prior to the stock market crash of 1929 – followed by many years of challenge. Our founder, George Henkle, as a young man, saw an opportunity to help out the farming community and began a business as a farm brokerage.

The land that comprises Butler and Warren Counties was farmland and George understood that by working with farmers, an opportunity could be fostered for all. His early transactions included the land upon which King’s Island now sits. George ultimately had an early vision that Cincinnati and Dayton would become one large combined market – which he termed a “Super City.”

At this time the area was farmland, and the Cincinnati “suburbs” were generally south of Norwood.

Fast forward to today, and his vision is nearing reality.

“The ability to persevere during these times includes understanding what types of businesses are necessary throughout the ups and downs.”
By understanding the dynamics of market downturns, we can better forecast and adapt our vision and plan for the future. This requires understanding of the history as well as an optimistic view of the future. This requires planning, perseverance and committed work teams.

The majority of our executives have worked together through both the highs and lows. We understand our customers’ business needs and their vision. Our own vision is about the business success of those for whom we locate land, build facilities and develop and manage properties.

Most businesses continue to endeavor for the long haul. While many would like the “get rich quick” approach, I like to say that we are in the “get rich slow” business. While the former is most appealing, the latter is the more realistic.

The “dot.com boom” (and bust) and the more recent “start- up boom” likely instructs us that most individuals and business organizations do not partake in “get rich quick.” They must accept that success demands hard work, long hours, and a focus that results in solid business planning.

Land, real estate, development and construction are about the deep understanding of market dynamics and the ability to go the distance during both tough and prosperous times. In addition to The Depression, this includes more recent times of 1987 and 2008. In 2008, we witnessed many firms (similar to ours) shutter. We saw the construction business decline, with little growth in the overall economy.

The ability to persevere during these times includes understanding what types of businesses are necessary throughout the ups and downs. Construction continues at all points upon the economy’s continuum and smart businesses understand how to not only respond to a growth economy, but also a challenged one.

It is critical to focus upon lifestyle trends as well as generational activity. 2018 is very much about the impact that the Baby Boom generation has on the overall economy. As this generation ages, they look to where they will live and retire. Both of which heartily impact the development business.

The Millennials also have their own ideas about their lifestyles that include where they will work in proximity to where they live. This impacts transportation, location of their homes (and are these apartments or houses?) and how they spend their leisure time. It also includes wellness, overall individual health, how they consume (online versus malls) and what they do for leisure.

And the business that I run has rapidly led the way in development of the industries that support both the lives of the Baby Boomers and more recent generations. It is up to us to have a vision and know where American lives are headed. Much like our founder George Henkle did.

Article featured in the Goering Center for Family and Private Business- April 2018 Newsletter. 

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What is Popping this Year?

Executive Vice President of Henkle Schueler and Associates

I have worked in commercial real estate for 13 years. During that time, we have witnessed trends, strong economic indicators and the serious 2008 downturn. The state of commercial real estate is always in flux, but has some strong components as we enter second quarter.

Northern Kentucky is a prime and hot market. The Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport make that part of the region appealing. We are active in the area as evidenced by our signage and presence. This deals with warehousing, and places such as Amazon and DHL. We are blessed with a centralized transportation region that serves much of the Midwest.

Butler and Warren Counties continue as high growth areas and ones in which we have expertise that dates back decades. We have been active players in growing the region for workers, businesses and residents. We specialize in land development and industrial manufacturing – both key segments of our current economy and growth cycle.

Retail continues to be a question mark the industry as consumer behavior and options have adjusted to adapt to the ease of home delivery. The retail segment is in transition and will not completely go away, but will differ from what we have seen.

It really seems growth about lifestyle, plus the ease and experience for the end user, the consumer.

Industrial will continue to be attractive, with tax cuts available and what we all know to be the “Amazon effect.” We also are witness to what millennials and generations behind them really want and expect. It is our job to be a few steps ahead with offerings that are appealing to developers and investors.

We provide a single point of contact; considerable land options offer choice, expertise in development, construction and property management and an enduring history. Our overall goal is to ensure that we deliver work on time and on budget. Understanding the future and the ability to have a viable vision ensures that we will continue to be a valuable and sought after partner.

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Fast Entry in 2018

2017 was a great year for the economy and in the areas of property, land, construction and development. Rapid growth continues and this holds true for us as well. We noted many clients stepped forward with big ideas, and we proudly delivered upon them.

We noted progress in organizations that are both industrial and rural. This means more jobs and growth. There is also strong indication that the aging baby boom generation means an even greater need for senior living facilities and locations that address this population sector.

As companies such as Amazon continue to grow in usage, the construction of those facilities that distribute goods and services to households will continue to be in high demand. We have played a large part of this distribution growth. Industry trade publications write about continued increase in both residential and consumer markets.

And this looks to continue in both urban and more rural locations.