Building a Legacy of Distinction.
"Integrity is at the core of everything we do. We partner with our Clients to think strategically, act responsibly, and execute effectively."
Whether you’re looking to buy, sell or lease a commercial space, we can provide a complete solution, customized to meet your exact needs.
We can handle a single aspect of a job, or take total responsibility for a building project from ground-level planning through final occupancy.
We will work with you to scour the country for potential building sites that perfectly fit your needs while upholding the highest standards of quality.
Hollenbach-Oakley is well versed to assist in locating, analyzing, securing financing, as well as leasing and managing an investment.
We have the insight and expertise to successfully overcome the unique challenges and complexities that come with owning property.
Working with our brokerage affiliate, Horizon Commercial Realty, we offer a distinctive mix of site-selection and tenant-representation services .
Blankenbaker Station is a “Class A” suburban development situated on more than 500 acres of natural, beautifully landscaped terrain. An abundance of first-class amenities, combined with direct interstate access, make this site a premier corporate destination.
On 1,000 acres, the master plan for the park-like campus creates a work/live/shop environment suitable for high-end office, commercial, retail, and residential use. Located in La Grange, KY, Oldham Reserve is a Planned Unit Development in progressive Oldham County.
Active Construction Management
Madison Station is a retail development planned for Middletown, Kentucky. This 8,710 square foot building a significant addition to the area as the design is evocative of the Louisville & Interurban Railroad Station that was on the site during the first half of the 20th century.
• Retail development
• Heart of Middletown, KY
• 8,710 square foot project
• Historic design influence
- Aerial View
We've recently provided consultation services for a specialty hospital sites proposed for construction and finished facilities in Cincinnati, Austin, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, two in Houston, Vancouver, Raleigh, and Spokane.
• High growth markets
• Dense populations
• 6-10 acre sites
• 52,600 to 77,000 square foot facilities