In case you missed our February newsletter, here are some of the key announcements that appeared in the issue. Make sure you don’t miss future editions of the Holladay Properties newsletter, by signing up today!
Steve Laird has joined Holladay’s Portage office as the Project Manager in charge of our WoodSpring Suites hotel developments in the Chicagoland area. He comes to us from WoodSprings Suites Property Management, where he was the Director of Operations for over eight years. Mr. Laird had such positive experiences in working with our team on our first WoodSpring Suites hotels, that when the opportunity came to discuss a position with us, he was excited to join the team and have the chance to learn more about the development and construction processes.
Jason Kincses and Diego Vasquez have joined our South Bend Property Management Team as Maintenance Techs. They will both be serving our commercial tenants in the South Bend market.
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Holladay Properties is pleased to announce a 90,000 square foot lease with Federal Mogul Powertrain in the Ontario Building at 5435 Dylan Drive in South Bend.The new lease brings the 165,000 square foot industrial building to 100% occupancy. Federal Mogul will join Pepsi, who became fully operational out of its 75,000 square foot space in November 2016.
The Kansas City market brought on a new tenant to the Menorah Medical Office Building II, in Overland Park, Kan. KC Core Chiropractic currently occupies a suite at Centerpoint MOB in Independence, Mo. Now, they have decided to expand their practice to our other building. Construction plans have been submitted with work to commence this month. They will occupy 996 SF in a difficult-to-lease shell space.
On February 3, our South Bend office participated in National Wear Red Day. National Wear Red Day is an initiative of the American Heart Association to bring attention to the fact that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women and to raise awareness of women’s heart health. Find out more about National Wear Red Day at the Go Red for Women website.