Office space for rent Apple Valley MN includes many new property offerings across the city. Commercial real estate broker, CERRON Commercial Properties, has a variety of new listings just hitting the market. This is an ideal time to lease a single office or a suite. Prices are very affordable for individuals or small businesses looking for budget friendly work space.
Apple Valley Business Campus - Phase III progress
Progress is being made on the office warehouse development & construction of the Apple Valley Business Campus - Phase III with this commercial construction project in the heart of located at 6275 147th Street West, Apple Valley, MN.
Longtime Apple Valley MN CERRON Client Recognized at State of the City - Apple Valley Mayoral Address
Apple Valley MN CERRON client, Mark Hebert, was recently recognized by Mayor Mary Hamann-Roland, at her recent Mayoral address during the State of the City of Apple Valley event, held on April 9th, 2014, at the Valleywood Golf Course. Mark Hebert, is the owner and builder of the Apple Valley Business Campus which includes Phase I with two buildings built in 2012 and now fully leased. After leasing both of the Felton Court Buildings, Hebert launched Phase II of the project with construction starting last week and now leasing with delivery date estimated to be early August, 2014.
Office Warehouse Space Apple Valley, MN - Apple Valley Business Campus, Phase III
Office warehouse space is now available in Apple Valley, MN. Phase I& II of the Apple Valley Business Campus is at almost 100% capacity and Phase III is now leasing with construction completion anticipated for mid-summer, 2014.
Manufacturing Trends to be Thankful For is an article we read this morning in the online publication of Industry Week. All of us, in MN or the Midwest for that matter, who are either in the manufacturing industry or have close ties to the manufacturing industry, are eager to see what the days of 2014 will bring. According to this article, "Favorable Forecast: Five Manufacturing Trends to Be Thankful For" by John Mills as published in Industry Week (online), 2014 might just prove to be year for which to be thankful!