While this listing is not intended to be all inclusive of properties within Kentucky, the selected ones are representative of key growth areas in the region. Viewers will note the comprehensive way the space is covered from state incentives for development, through the minute details of certain properties, not to mention superb graphics (see below).
You’ll find existing offices to planned developments showcased very nicely. The brochure reveals everything from available industrial buildings to land data for suitable development. With hard copy of the data available too, it’s clear Tri-ED wants business to migrate to that part of the state. Taking a snapshot from NAI Isaac of Lexington from mid-year 2012, the job situation there indicates a relative growth spurt with ensuing vacancy positives in office space and elsewhere. Zoliath reports further on vacancy falls even more recently here.