We had a pretty exciting April, from the Grand Opening of the Fairfield Inn & Suites® Ashland/Richmond, to the donation of 10-acres of land in Chesterton, IN, to a new project announcement in Nashville, TN, and much more. Read below to find our key company announcements from April 2017.
(Nashville, Tenn.) – Robyn Robertson, AP Specialist, completed the requirements, passed the accounts payable manager certification examination, and is acknowledged as an accredited payables manager. She received her Accounts Payable Certification from the Institute of Finance & Management.
(Nashville, Tenn.) – Congratulations to Parnter & SVP-Development, Allen Arender, for making the Nashville Post’s 2017 In Charge – Real Estate list for the second consecutive year!
(South Bend, Ind.) – Holladay Properties President & CEO, John Phair, offered his industry insights in a recent article from Inside Indiana Business. Click here to find out what he has to say about the current state of the industrial market in Indiana.
(Chesterton, Ind.) – Holladay Properties has donated 10-acres of land in the Coffee Creek watershed to the Westchester Migratory Bird Sanctuary. Continue reading…
(Nashville, Tenn.) – Holladay Properties is part of a team of commercial real estate professionals who have been awarded a development agreement for a new transit oriented development located on 5.1 acres of land near the Donelson Station train stop. Continue reading…
(Ashland, Va.) – Holladay Properties’ 9th operating hotel, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Ashland/Richmond is now open within our 185-acre Winding Brook commercial development. The four-story, 103 room hotel is located right off of I-95 at exit 89 near Richmond, Va., and features free Wi-Fi throughout, a pool and fitness center, and a vibrant, modern design.
In the Community
(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Holladay Properties has donated $5,000 to Indy City Futbol so the team can purchase soccer goals. Indy City Futbol practices and holds matches at Central Greens, a 150-acre mixed-use village on the near Westside of Indianapolis, IN. The Central Greens project is one of Holladay’s joint venture developments.
(Nashville, Tenn.) – March Madness continued through April 3 in the main Nashville office with a Hoops Contest for a Cause. On Monday, April 3, each of the 16 contestants tried to make as many baskets as possible from a designated distance in 60-seconds. The winner of each pairing went on to the next round until a Champion was determined — Chad DeRossett, Leasing Agent, won the contest. The money raised from entries and other contributions was donated to Give Me 10, a nonprofit community led movement to address the issue of hunger among children in East Nashville. Currently, East Nashville has six districts with a 30% poverty rate or higher (2-times the national rate). Give Me 10 was founded in 2013 in response to students, who depend on school meals, facing hunger during school breaks. Supported by the community and local schools, Give Me 10 has met the food, clothing and other daily needs of more than 200 East Nashville families.