Revival of Spring Ridge Shopping Center

Revival of Spring Ridge Shopping Center

In early 2014, Investors Realty’s Ember Grummons was contacted to sell the Spring Ridge Shopping Center at 180th and Pacific Street. The shopping center was suffering as a result of the troubled economy over the previous several years. One building was only 35 percent occupied and the other, while 100 percent occupied, had past due […]

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Just the Artfacs, Ma’am (IRI Signs)

Just the Artfacs, Ma’am (IRI Signs)

When Investors Realty started in 1975, one of the first needs the company had was signs to advertise properties that were for lease or sale. We turned to Doug Schmitz who, along with business partner Allan Rarick, had started ArtFac Graphics a few years earlier in 1971. Forty years later, ArtFac Graphics continues to produce […]

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Omaha’s Office Market is “Robust”

Omaha’s Office Market is “Robust”

The title of the Investors Realty Quarterly Office Report over the last four years seems to involve the re-use of words like stable, consistent and steady. These words tend to be very comforting and fairly typical of Omaha. While 2015 did not break any records, and we remain cautious due to some instability in the […]

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NACPO Helps City of Omaha Revise Vacant and Abandoned Property Ordinance

NACPO Helps City of Omaha Revise Vacant and Abandoned Property Ordinance

[NOTE: If you are looking for an article on Spring Ridge, the correct link for that article is http://www.investorsomaha.com/newsletter/revival-of-spring-ridge-shopping-center/ as you may have been directed here incorrectly] The Nebraska Association of Commercial Property Owners (NACPO) conferred with the Omaha City Council in October about a recently passed Vacant and Abandoned Property Ordinance that would require the […]

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Lumberyard District Redevelopment Planned for Millard

Lumberyard District Redevelopment Planned for Millard

Investors Realty, Inc. brokers Pat Regan and J.P. Raynor, J.D., are working with Lanoha Development Company on its $50 million redevelopment project in Millard called Lumberyard District. Located in the heart of old town Millard at 135th and Millard Avenue, Lumberyard District will consist of 350 residential apartment units featuring under building parking, 15,333 square […]

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7 Burlington Station: A New Era for KETV

7 Burlington Station: A New Era for KETV

When executives with KETV and its parent company were faced with the decision of where to move their station, they could have taken the easy route. However, Ariel Roblin, President and General Manager of KETV, and John Drain, Senior Vice President of Finance for Hearst Television, and their colleagues saw an opportunity to make history […]

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