Scannell Properties and officials in Evansville, Indiana, cut the ribbon last week on the “Post House,” a $42 million, mixed-use development in the city's downtown. The Post House, which received funding through the state's Regional Cities Initiative, was developed by Scannell Properties and Vectren Corp. as a "living laboratory" to test smart energy technologies. See more photos of the Post House in a gallery feature in the Courier Post.
Phoenix metro area will be site for Five Below’s new West Coast distribution center
Kansas City Business Journal staff writer Thomas Friestad reports on plans by Scannell Properties for
a 3 million-square-foot warehouse distribution center and office park at the vacant former Woodlands racetrack property. The 1.08-million-square-foot "Project Super Bowl," is the first and largest of five buildings Scannell has planned.
Scannell Properties is developing a five-building park that will total 3 MSF in Locust Grove, Georgia. One of the buildings includes a 205,200-square-foot build-to-suit facility for Love’s Travel Stops.