I want to thank you and your team for the focus, market knowledge, and tenacity you’ve shown on the Shackleford Crossing project in Little Rock. Through your efforts, I’m more optimistic than I have been in quite some time that the long-term prospects for this project are improving almost daily. I have worked with many management and leasing firms over the years, but there have been few that continuously exhibit a “client first” approach. You and your team are to be commended for your professionalism and approach to a challenging business.
Just wanted to say Rick Sanders is a great person to have working for you. I was helping him with an order today and after we took care of him, my next customer said he forgot his glasses and could not read the catalog. Rick overheard this and went outside to his vehicle to get his spare glasses to give the guy.
I am writing this letter to thank you for the excellent job that you and your company did in representing CenterPoint Energy in the renegotiation of its office lease in downtown Little Rock. The assistance that you provided to us in looking for alternative locations and seeking competitive bids proved invaluable. The lease terms that we were able to negotiate were much better than what we originally thought possible and could not have been achieved without your outstanding advice and guidance. It was a pleasure working with you and your company, and we look forward to doing business with you again in the future as opportunities arise.
Again, thanks for all of the good work.
I was thinking about our recent trip to South Bend as well as the other work that we had done in the last few months and wanted you to know how impressed we’ve been by the quality of your team.
I think that Philip Schmidt has done a particularly good job. He’s obviously a very smart and hard working young man. He also brings a thoughtful and insightful prospective to each project that is quite striking for someone at his age and experience levels. As we say Texas, you got yourself a keeper!
We’re proud to be working with you, Phillip and the rest of your team. And I’m very confident that we’re going to do some very interesting things together.
Consistency and stability are sometimes difficult to find these days when leasing commercial real estate. Since signing our first lease at Breckenridge Village over 16 years ago, we have only had two property managers. Lease renewals are fair and painless, there have been no complicated and expensive year end cost reconciliations and maintenance issues are dealt with promptly and professionally. Perhaps most importantly, the property managers and the owners of the center truly seem to understand the importance of fostering a harmonious, symbiotic relationship with their tenants.
Despite attractive offers to move our business to trendier areas that have developed downtown and further west, we elected to stay in Breckenridge Village and it has proven to be a decision that has served us well. With a great combination of easy access from all areas of the city and beyond, broad name recognition, the owner’s commitment to continual upgrades of the property, competitive lease rates and a great tenant mix, I believe that now, more than ever, Breckenridge Village is perfectly positioned to reap the rewards of the city’s continued westward growth. We look forward to another 16 years of counting our Breckenridge Village location among our most important business assets.