Scannell Properties today announced a key milestone in its European expansion plans with its first development land in Germany.
Chris Yeakey joins Scannell Properties with over 20 years of commercial real estate development experience for Indianapolis-based companies. In his new role at Scannell as Chief Administrative Officer, he will oversee strategic planning for growth and business development and operations improvement of financial outcomes.
Yeakey most recently worked as SVP Real Estate Operations for Milhaus a mixed use multifamily developer where he managed all aspects of Property Management, Asset Management, Human Resources, Risk Management and Information Technology. Before Milhaus, Yeakey was the Managing Principal for Cushman & Wakefield (Indianapolis), and prior was VP Regional Asset Manager, Duke Realty Corporation.
He has a Bachelor of Science from Indiana State University and is currently a Managing Broker State of Indiana. He was named to Midwest Real Estate News CRE Hall of Fame.
“Scannell Properties has seen tremendous growth and we recognize the need to add more leadership to help manage our growth," says Doug Snyder, COO and co-founder. "Chris Yeakey has extensive expertise in commercial real estate and he will help to improve many areas of our business and support our current operations, along with our long term strategic planning.”
“I am thrilled to have joined such a highly respected and successful organization as Scannell Properties,” says Yeakey. “There is no better place for me to continue my commercial real estate career and am excited to be an integral part of their continued growth and impact to the markets and clients we serve.”
Scannell counsel David Duncan was recognized in The Indiana Lawyer today. Duncan is the recipient of the President’s Award for Service to the Association. The article says, "The practice of law is constantly and rapidly evolving, and as the practice changes, the needs of our members change, too. After years of searching and homing in on how the bar should shift focus to better meet the needs of its members, it was determined that moving into a new space would be the right move for the Indianapolis Bar Association and Foundation. Many volunteers have worked tirelessly to help secure this future home, including Dave Duncan. He went above and beyond in leading the process to identify the bar’s needs and negotiate the new lease."
Duncan currently serves the IndyBar Board of Directors as treasurer.
Scannell Properties' Managing Director, Courtney Lehman, gives his insight into Indianapolis Business Journal's feature article about the booming industrial real estate sector.
Scannell Properties today announced a further hire for their growing team in Germany. Thomas Unzen has
joined the company from Goodman and will take on the role of Development Manager, Germany. Thomas is the third senior appointment for Scannell in the country this year and demonstrates the American-based company’s commitment to the German logistics market.