Come See the FCRD Team at RECon 2019!

First Commercial is honored to be a part of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)’s RECon 2019, running May 19 through May 22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. “RECon is the world’s largest global gathering of retail real estate professionals. Where leading developers, owners, brokers and retailers to conduct …

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First Commercial’s Newest Tenant, HRPro, Takes Possession of New Headquarters in Royal Oak, Mich.

HRPro, a Metro Detroit-based third party Human Resources administrator, has taken possession of its new headquarters, located at 1025 North Campbell Road in Royal Oak, Michigan. First Commercial Realty & Development assisted in the purchase of the 12,118 SQFT building in August 2018, in a joint venture partnership with HRPro’s owner and president Kris Powell. …

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New Tenant Announcement: Allstate Insurance, Perrysburg Market Center

On February 26, 2019, Allstate Insurance took possession of the nation-wide insurance firm’s newest retail space; a 1,200 SQFT suite in First Commercial’s Perrysburg Market Center, located in Perrysburg, Ohio. Allstate Insurance entered into a five-year triple net lease on the space, with two five-year renewal options. The deal was negotiated by Warren Terrace of …

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First Commercial Announces Big Changes in its 30th Year

First Commercial Realty & Development Co., Inc. announces big changes in its 30th year in business. Co-Founder and President Bill Watch has assumed the role of CEO, as his son, Logan Watch, has been hired in to the newly created position of Director of Asset Management. In this capacity, he is responsible for enhancing the …

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Closet NV Joins First Birmingham Shopping Center

Warren Terrace recently negotiated a deal with Closet NV to be the newest tenant to join the First Birmingham shopping center. First Birmingham is now 100% leased and is one of the strongest retail properties in the First Commercial portfolio. Closet NV, a designer merchandise consignment store, has recently been honored by Hour Magazine as …

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Growing the First Commercial Business

Reacting to an upturn in our construction business, First Commercial is proud to announce the expansion of its construction department to include general contracting throughout the Midwest. First Commercial now offers brokerage property management, development, general contracting, and construction management services. As a result of this new undertaking the construction division has completed projects in …

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Detroit 2015: Big Changes on the Horizon

First Commercial is confident that Detroit is on its way to becoming a destination for visitors, conventions, and new businesses. With the bankruptcy behind it, the city is once again on the rise as large companies and individuals are dedicating significant amounts of time and money into revitalizing downtown and midtown Detroit. One major investor, …

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Property Management, the Unsung Hero of Commercial Real Estate

First Commercial Looks to Expand its Reach into Property Management with Livonia, Mich. Property First Commercial Realty & Development currently manages a property at 5 Mile and Hubbard in Livonia, Michigan. The property went into foreclosure and is owned by Monroe Bank and Trust. Because a financial institution is neither prepared or qualified to management …

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Highland Park Place: Twenty Years Later

1992 was a rough year for the city of Highland Park, Michigan. Automotive giant Chrysler had relocated its headquarters from Highland Park to Auburn Hills, and the wake of the move, both the Highland Park Hospital and the Woodward Avenue Sears store permanently closed their respective doors. Not to mention Benjamin Atkins, also known as …

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