Tampa Based CRE Start Up Raised $500 for Charity
Date Published: 04/26
Sticking true to their purpose of a creating a self-sustaining charitable organization, the Space Shifter Commercial Real Estate Digital Marketing Co-Op raised $500 with its latest commercial broker engagement event. This quarter's beneficiary was The Gold Shield Foundation which supports the families of fallen law enforcement officers throughout the Metro Tampa Bay area. "Society needs to take care of these children and position them for success," States a Co Founder of Space Shifter, Rick Narkiewicz, who is typically one of the top brokers of industrial real estate in the southeast US. Click to view Rick's profile.
Space Shifter is comprised of a group of innovative commercial real estate brokers and landlords that have united to harness the power of the internet to drive traffic to their listings. By establishing one platform, the group significantly increases quality leads to their listings. Prospective tenants and buyers do not need to login or register to see any of the information. "We have essentially brought the new car research buying experience to commercial real estate." Says Narkiewicz.
In the near future the group intends to raise capital, hire several leaders and scale the platform throughout the US. They intend to be able to donate over $15 million a year to many charities.
Pictured above is Grand Oaks 75 which is the largest speculatively constructed warehouse in Tampa sine 2007. The 168,902 SF distribution facility will be ready for occupancy 4th Q 2016. Grand Oaks Brochure V2 2016.pdf
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