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CRE firm picked to market Offices at Summit Park

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Monday September 23, 2019

CRE firm picked to market Offices at Summit Park

From the Cincinnati Business Courier:

“The developers of the Neighborhoods at Summit Park in Blue Ash have selected a commercial real estate firm to handle leasing for office space in the mixed-use development.

Al Neyer and Vandercar Holdings have selected the Cincinnati office of CBRE to market the Offices at Summit Park. Chris Vollmer Jr.Chris Vollmer Sr.John Eckert and Kate Myers are the leasing agents for the development.

Chris Vollmer Jr., first vice president with CBRE, said the office space at Summit Park will be fully integrated into the award-winning park. 

“This is the first true live, work, play product in the Blue Ash office market,” Vollmer Jr. told me. “This is going to be a pretty unique offering for companies focused on workplace retention and attracting talent.”

Read more from the article by Tom Demeropolis at the Cincinnati Business Courier here.

About the project

The Offices at Summit Park are part of the Neighborhoods at Summit Park, which offers a 110-acre walkable, mixed-use development consistent with the city of Blue Ash’s vision as laid out in its Land Use Plan for Summit Park District. The project will leverage Blue Ash’s $75 million investment in Summit Park, serve as a catalyst for development across the entire Summit Park District, and become a regional draw for businesses and investment.

The master plan for the development is built upon the fundamental principles of highly successful, walkable, mixed-use districts and establishes a framework for the current and future integration of Class A office spaces, a diverse mix of high quality rental and owner-occupied housing, specialty retail and dining venues, and a variety of entertainment, fitness and leisure options. Read more about the project in our portfolio.


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