Daniel B. Jensen, SIOR
Principal, Industrial Brokerage & Development
TEAMWORK SETS US APART!
Since the day Kessinger/Hunter opened its doors in 1879, we have recruited and retained a long line of leading commercial real estate professionals. However, we go far beyond being certain every employee measures up to your demanding expectations, we also foster teamwork and cross-communications throughout our firm. Your Goals become our goals thru the entire Development process.
Our specialized business units exchange insights often to remain abreast of cyclical market changes and find ways to solve complex client challenges. Our company-wide open door policy encourages our professionals to seek advice from the most experienced sources in our firm.
Our full-service staff provides market studies and trend analyses and assists with site selection and negotiations for our national, regional and local clients. We work diligently to determine the best location possible for every tenant’s business.
Build-to-Suit — we offer tenants national development capabilities. Combine state-of-the art construction with very aggressive terms. Kessinger/Hunter has developed in excess of 9,000,000 square feet. Projects range from 10,000 square foot freestanding facilities to a 600,000 square foot distribution building.
Our knowledge of Development and related Properties in the market is unmatched.
** Call us today and we can review your Development goals at 816-842-2690.
Kessinger/Hunter provides a range of development services. We divide the services into three broad categories:
1. Fee Development/Project Management
Our clients may have a need to build a new building. This could be a corporate headquarters, a medical office building, a warehouse, or any other structure needed. Our clients do not have experience in development or project management and hire us to manage the process leading to a new building.
2. General Services Administration (GSA)/Government Development
In this work we respond to government requests for proposals to deliver a new building for an agency.
3. Development for our own Accounts
This is just what it implies. Development of new structures in which members of the firm and, often, outside investors build a building with a long-term lease in place. While this can be any type of building, the firm’s history shows focus primarily on industrial warehouses. Whatever the category, each project typically requires some or all of the following skill sets:
- Strategic planning
- Site acquisition
- Construction management
- Turn-key ownership process
- Possible sale-leaseback programs
- Project financing
- Project accounting