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PetSuites: Signs of the Future

Jackie Slaght : March 21, 2018 2:02 pm : Industry News, News

Bill is the Executive Vice President for Schueler’s development team and has been for over four years. He has spent a long career with some of the country’s leading real estate development organizations. He lives in Anderson Township with his wife and two children.

Social media tells us that people are passionate about their pets. This is evidenced from Facebook to Instagram – with many pet feeds surpassing celebrities. And it is with this in mind that we commenced talks with a company called PetSuites Pet Resort and Spa.

We have been selected as one of PetSuites’ national development teams.  As their selected development team- we research potential markets, help with site selection, develop the project and will own the facility and lease it back to PetSuites. By working closely with PetSuites we have been able to work efficiently to ensure an on time and on budget delivery.

Bunnell Hill Development has broken ground on a PetSuites location on Wortham Center Drive, in a suburb of Houston, Texas. This new 14,240 SF pet resort is the first of several projects we hope to complete in the Houston market. We have another site approved and under contract in Sienna Plantation as well as additional sites in Humble and Spring.

We are excited about this relationship and the potential future business with PetSuites.

Schueler Group pays tribute to our learnings from our rich history with a focus on the future – which is where PetSuites is firmly placed.

Written By: Bill Chester 

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Fast Entry in 2018

Jackie Slaght : February 8, 2018 6:43 pm : Industry News, News

2017 was a great year for the economy and in the areas of property, land, construction and development. Rapid growth continues and this holds true for us as well. We noted many clients stepped forward with big ideas, and we proudly delivered upon them.

We noted progress in organizations that are both industrial and rural. This means more jobs and growth. There is also strong indication that the aging baby boom generation means an even greater need for senior living facilities and locations that address this population sector.

As companies such as Amazon continue to grow in usage, the construction of those facilities that distribute goods and services to households will continue to be in high demand. We have played a large part of this distribution growth. Industry trade publications write about continued increase in both residential and consumer markets.

And this looks to continue in both urban and more rural locations.

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Enduring History Gives Us a Glimpse into the Future

Jackie Slaght : February 7, 2018 6:57 pm : Industry News, News

Schueler Group has developed and owned land in Southwest Ohio since 1935. One may ask why does this matter? The past is often a viable predictor of the future and when it comes to land use and construction knowledge of what came before us.

This gives those for whom we work staying power.

We have a vision for what works long term.

Our own history commenced during the Great Depression, and when Warren and Butler Counties were large empty land swathes, primarily used for farming. Our predecessors had a vision and it included the land from Cincinnati and north to Dayton. This vision included developing areas where people would live, work and play.

We have been a central component to ensuring that this area become key to a thriving economy and to the lives of families and workers. Our continuing goal is to own, develop, construct and create communities across this region and others.

We do this with an eye for sustainability, utilizing natural beauty while creating livelihoods for our neighbors.

We are a primary supporter of the Little Miami Conservancy – a mission that continues to contribute to the positive welfare of our shared land.

We too live in these communities. Our columns will be about our knowledge and how it assists organizations in their own development decision-making. We invite you here weekly to learn more.

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