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2,805 SF Leased at Destin’s Plantation Commons

𝙅𝙐𝙎𝙏 đ™‡đ™€đ˜Œđ™Žđ™€đ˜ż! Shawn Maxey and Alex Purser recently leased two retail suites (1,335 SF & 1,470 SF) at Plantation Commons in Destin, Florida. The new tenants will enjoy being located in a busy shopping center anchored by Fresh Market, Marshall’s, Home Goods and Destin Health

Debbie Anglin Closes on 5.483 Acres

January 3, 2022: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. Debbie Anglin represented the Seller of 5.483 acres of land at the intersection of Fairfield Drive and West Park Place in Pensacola. This parcel is located directly in front of the Escambia County Central Office Complex and offers frontage on

Beck Partners Promotes Three CRE Professionals

Pensacola, Florida: Beck Partners, a regional commercial real estate firm, announces the promotion of three of its real estate professionals: Jared Jackson (promoted to Vice President), Shawn Maxey (promoted to Vice President) and Thomas McVoy (promoted to Senior Associate). Jared, Shawn and Thomas’ promotions are a result of consistently generating results and creating value on behalf of their clients. All three gentlemen have quickly become experts

Jared Jackson receives Power Broker Award

PENSACOLA, Fla., November 1, 2021: CoStar Group, Inc., a leader in data and analytics in the commercial real estate industry, recently announced its Q3 2021 Power Broker Award Quarterly Deal recipients.  Quarterly Power Broker Awards recognize notable brokers and their top deals every quarter, based

Chris Cobb Attains CPM Qualification

IREM Next-Gen CPM Leaders is a talent management initiative that fast tracks a class of young professionals through the CPM program, providing supplemental leadership training. In addition to training exceptional property managers, the program is also intended to create a sense of community and camaraderie

Lumber prices are falling – what it means for construction projects

With the lumber price index falling 23% from its peak in May, builders have completed more single-family and multifamily housing units in July than in either of the previous two months.  Lumber was the first material to drop significantly in price this summer. Other materials