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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IRI Looks Back, Moves Forward

IRI Looks Back, Moves Forward

As I reflect on the year at Investors Realty, I have a sense of gratitude for our clients and their continued trust in our company. One of the highlights of 2015 was celebrating our 40th anniversary and all of the clients, employees and partners who made that milestone possible. I am especially grateful for my […]

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Construction Costs Have Been Rising in the Metro

Construction Costs Have Been Rising in the Metro

Across the Omaha metro area, construction has been booming. However, in recent months we have been hearing that our clients are facing steadily increasing construction costs and that contractors are very busy — at times even too busy to bid on projects. We turned to our colleagues at KSI Construction, MCL Construction and Millard Lumber […]

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Active Retail Market Includes Shift in the Grocery Environment

Active Retail Market Includes Shift in the Grocery Environment

By Brian Kuehl Farrell and Brian Kuehl There are several retail developments in Douglas and Sarpy counties that continue to release new tenant announcements, and others that seem to take two steps forward and one step back. Some of the most active retail developments right now include: Other notable sale transactions include Hobby Lobby’s purchase of the former Bag ‘n Save at […]

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Sewer and ASIP Fees May Be Unexpected

Sewer and ASIP Fees May Be Unexpected

By Terry Atkins, PE, LEED AP and John Coolidge, PE, LEED AP, Lamp Rynearson & Associates The business climate for development may be sunny, but watch out for clouds — they could be packed full of unexpected fees. You may be unaware of additional charges stacking up these days, but it’s worth taking the time […]

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