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Jackie Slaght : June 7, 2018 8:29 am : In The headlines, Schueler News

MVAH Partners moves HQ to West Chester

https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/06/06/mvah-partners-moves-hq-to-west-chester.html

Property name: Centre Pointe I

Tenant: MVAH Partners LLC

Estimated lease size/value: 9,968 square feet/$1.8 million

Landlord: Suburban Cincinnati Office Portfolio LLC

Listing broker, firm: Todd Pease and David Ottenjohn, JLL

Tenant’s broker, firm: Rob Blundred, Henkle Schueler & Associates

Deal signed: March 2018

Description of property: A 121,300-square-foot office building that is part of a five-building, class A office portfolio

Address: 9100 Centre Pointe Drive, West Chester 45069

Behind the deal: MVAH Partners is the former affordable housing division of Miller-Valentine Group. The new entity was formed under the leadership of Brian McGeady and Michael Riechman, who were previously with Miller-Valentine and are spearheading the new venture.

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Jeff Eichhorn Participates in Commercial Real Estate Roundtable

Jackie Slaght : March 14, 2018 10:29 am : In The headlines, Schueler News

Jeff Eichhorn, Executive Vice President of Henkle Schueler and Associates, recently sat down with three other local commercial real estate experts as part of the Commercial Real Estate Roundtable discussion hosted by the Cincinnati Business Courier. We were excited to be a part of this group and glad to have Jeff share his insight on industry trends.

Click here to read the full article. 

 

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Tractor Supply Company Breaks Ground in Carrollton

Jackie Slaght : January 25, 2018 8:59 am : In The headlines, News, Schueler News

Carrollton, Kentucky – Tractor Supply Company has begun construction in Carrollton. Construction on the store, located at 324 Floyd Drive, began late December with a goal of opening in the spring.

Tractor Supply will serve as a one-stop shop for the Carrollton community’s farmers, livestock and pet owners, ranchers, part-time and hobby farmers, gardeners, homeowners, tradesmen and others.

The Carrollton Tractor Supply plans to hire 12 to 15 employees with firsthand knowledge and expertise in caring for pets, livestock and land.

“We’re not just building a store, we’re building a team that understands the needs of the Carrollton community,” said District Manager Ben Gillette. “At Tractor Supply, we carry products that support the lifestyle our customers lead, the land they own and the animals in their care, so whether you are someone who raises horses and pets, runs a hobby farm or just enjoys the rural lifestyle, we’ll be there to make sure you have all the tools you need.”

At the store, customers will be able to shop a wide selection of products at a great value including workwear and boots, tractor and trailer parts and accessories, lawn and garden supplies, sprinkler and irrigation parts, power tools, fencing, welding and pump supplies, riding mowers and more. The Carrollton store will also carry a wide variety of food and supplies for pets, equine and livestock, as well as a pet wash station where customers will have access to professional grade wash bays, grooming tables and tools.

The Tractor Supply team will also seek to support pet adoption initiatives, 4-H and FFA, county fairs and livestock shows.

Bunnell Hill Construction will construct the 19,097-square-foot retail space. The store plans include a sales floor, external support service area and pet wash station.

The store opening, which is expected to occur in the spring, will kick off with a four-day Grand Opening celebration, during which customers can sign up for Tractor Supply’s new Neighbor’s Club loyalty program. By registering, members will receive member-only offers, birthday offers, personal purchase summaries and receipt-free returns.

 

http://www.mycarrollnews.com/content/tractor-supply-company-breaks-ground-carroll-co

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Robin Maddy Joins Schueler Group Financial Team

Jackie Slaght : December 12, 2017 9:02 am : In The headlines

December 12, 2017 – LEBANON, OH – Robin Maddy has joined Schueler Group as Accounting Controller. She will be responsible for the Financial Management of the company.

Robin has more than 20 years of experience in finance and operational oversite. She was controller for Balanced Property Solutions, and president of Critical Mass Media, a division of iHeartMedia, the world’s largest radio broadcasting company.

The controller position was previously held by Duane Keller, who was promoted to Vice President of Administration for Schueler Group.

Robin is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and attended The Ohio State University. She resides in Anderson with her husband and two children.

Schueler Group offers a complete line of real estate expertise to industrial, commercial and retail customers. The “single point of contact” saves valuable time and money for clients. Site selection, land planning, facility design, project financing, construction and property management are all provided under one roof at Schueler Group.

Schueler Group represents thousands of acres of land that includes 21 office parks, and one of the widest portfolios in the region. For additional information about Schueler Group, please visit schuelergroup.com, or call 513-932-6010.

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Define Institute of Beauty Cosmetology School opens in Springdale

Jackie Slaght : December 7, 2017 3:40 pm : In The headlines

Founder/President of Define Institute of Beauty and Coelrain resident, Candace Matsuda, launched the Define Institute of Beauty cosmetology school in Springdale, Ohio, this month. The school is located at 11489 Princeton Pike, and its first class is scheduled for January 15th. It will offer a well-rounded curriculum focused on Cosmetology, Esthetics, and Nail Tech programming. Matsuda purchased and rehabbed the space, which formerly served as the location of Regency Beauty Institute before it closed along with 79 campuses nationwide in 2016.

“In celebration of our launch, Define Institute of Beauty will be offering cosmetology and esthetics programs at half the cost of other beauty schools in the area. The nail tech program will also be offered at a special rate.”

Define Institute of Beauty’s instructors will include Donna Schneider, Erica Boggs and McKayla Grimes, who together offer a combined total of nearly 50 years of teaching experience in respective Cosmetology and/or Esthetics fields. It is still hiring.

“We are happy to welcome Define Institute of Beauty to the City of Springdale,” said Springdale Mayor Doyle Webster. “Their convenient location near I-275 and the many nearby restaurants and stores make this an ideal place for students to train for careers in cosmetology.”

A passionate and motivated individual, Candace Matsuda has dedicated her life and career to beauty. Breaking into the industry at the age of 21, Candace began working as a freelance make-up artist for Clinique. She has since travelled the globe, training with world-renowned celebrity make-up artists, both perfecting her art and building a diverse portfolio. With clients ranging from bridal groups, models, nationally recognized magazines, celebrities, Olympic athletes, television shows and motion pictures, Candace’s portfolio reflects her extensive experience.

Eager to gain skills in beauty, Candace went onto become a certified MAC make-up artist and graduate of The Makeup Artist Workshop, in addition to becoming a Licensed Esthetician. Alongside her make-up career and travelling the world, Candace has also established and successfully runs her own bridal business, Style Squad and Day Spa, Define Skin Care and Esthetics.

Matsuda escaped a difficult and poverty-stricken upbringing by delving through magazines like Vogue, Marie Claire and Elle – a passion that eventually led to a lifelong love for the beauty industry. She accredits overcoming challenges to achieve success as part of her motivation to help her students do the same.

Define Skin Care and Esthetics was founded in 2013 and has since developed a full skincare and makeup line. In 2017 Define expanded again and created Define Institute of Beauty to deliver quality education and products to aspiring estheticians, nail technicians and cosmetologists. Define is currently working on developing a line of hair care products

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