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19 Oct 2017

Perkins Celebrates Grand Opening in Lockard’s Hammond Plaza

Perkins Restaurant & Bakery recently celebrated a grand opening at Lockard’s Hammond Plaza located at 4105 Hammond Ave. in Waterloo, IA. Located at the intersection of E. San Marnan Dr. and Hammond Ave. in Waterloo, IA, Hammond Plaza is home to the Iowa Heartland Habitat for Humanity ReStore and is adjacent to the Country Inn and Suites and Home Depot. Facilitating the sale of the property for Lockard was
5 Sep 2017

Lockard’s Dustin W. Whitehead, CCIM, Named 2017 20 Under 40 Award Winner

Each year, our community recognizes young leaders with the 20 Under 40 award. This award showcases twenty leaders under the age of forty who have distinguished themselves within their careers and or community for their excellence in leadership.

Dustin W. Whitehead, CCIM, Director of Sales and Leasing Midwest for Lockard has been named by the Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier as a 2017 20 Under 40 recipient.

Congratulations Dustin!
31 Aug 2017

Vivion Road Kmart SOLD! Redevelopment to Begin Immediately

Cedar Falls, IA – August 29th, 2017 – Lockard, a Cedar Falls, IA based real estate developer has officially closed on the former Kmart property located at 2835 NE Vivion Road, Kansas City, MO. Representing the buyer was Dustin Whitehead, CCIM, with Lockard and Jared Frost with Point Commercial. The newly named Shoppes at Vivion Point will be a $45 million, 17.65 –acre retail rehabilitation project. Anchored by national retailer
13 Jul 2017

Spurring Awareness at the Outlets at Corpus Christi Bay

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11 Jul 2017

Positioned to Win, Outlets at Corpus Christi Bay Poised to Capitalize on Oil Boom

Outlets at Corpus Christi Bay, the only outlet mall serving the Corpus Christi MSA hasn’t stopped partying since their grand opening this past March. Residents, retailers, and employees alike have enjoyed every celebration, from the grand opening party and new store openings, to the summer concert series and food truck throw downs. Now everyone can add another one to their calendar, the oil boom. Oil exports, once illegal for decades, are now fueling a Port of Corpus Christi economic boom! For the past 40 years, an oil export ban was the cornerstone of United States energy policy. And until recently, that ban has held the Port of Corpus Christi and the local economy in check. With recent “loosening” of the regulations and Congress ending the policy in late 2015, the port of Corpus Christi was positioned for an