Kansas City Industrial Real Estate Market Overview
As the second largest rail center in the U.S., Kansas City offers distributors direct access to Midwest population centers, coastal markets and Mexico. The city's highly developed waterways, highway infrastructure and international airport make it an ideal location for retail, manufacturing and supply chain organizations. From an industrial real estate perspective, Kansas City is a stable market that's experiencing a boom in Class-A development demand. At the same time, existing property throughout the market presents an opportunity to redevelop facilities for modern use cases and growing industry sectors.
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Senior Vice President, Regional Manager
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Senior Vice President, Regional Manager630-586-8146 firstname.lastname@example.orgDanielle Radtke and was promoted to Senior Vice President, Regional Manager in July 2017. She was previously promoted to Vice President, Regional Manager in January 2015 after serving as Senior Property Manager. Danielle has been with CenterPoint Properties since 1999. Ms. Radtke is responsible for managing CenterPoint's asset portfolio and executing the Company's investment strategy in the Central South Region. She collaborates with regional team members to analyze and negotiate lease agreements, manage asset maintenance projects, transition assets into and out of the regional portfolio, and market available properties. Prior to overseeing the Central South Region she managed the assets on the West Coast which included California and Washington in addition to her properties in the Midwest and Southwest. Prior to joining CenterPoint, Ms. Radtke worked for CM Realty, an Industrial Real Estate company. She graduated from National Louis University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Behavioral Science.Close Bio