At B. Pennington Commercial Real Estate, we are a tenant advocate team. Since 1989 our professionals have diligently worked in a pro-active fashion to provide our clients with ideal work place solutions. We offer tenants the convenience and confidence in locating the best options for office environment needs. Our leasing associates are skilled with marketing strategies that come with years of experience. B. Pennington Commercial Real Estate is known for its integrity, honesty, superior customer service, and commitment to clients. Our goal is to equip you with powerful information and experienced representation with commercial real estate projects.
We subscribe to the same national databases as our competitors, but offer a more customized hands on approach when compared to an institutional firm. With over 750 researchers, we have the ability to stay in tune with all opportunities available on a real time basis. We leverage local market knowledge and relationships to support your business objectives.
The B. Pennington team has represented office building sellers in multi-million dollar sales ranging from one million to forty-two million dollars. We provide commercial real estate brokerage services specializing in office with a focus on retail and medical. We are prepared to represent medical & retail tenants, professional office building owners, shopping center owners, and class A high rise developers.
National and local companies alike use B.Pennington's expertise for guaranteed results. These include: Pyramid Tubular, World Savings Bank, Chasewood Bank, Texas A&M University, Greenwood Corporations, Noram, SK Hynix, True Electric, CDM Max, Porocel, Big E Drilling, Xto Energy, Wells Fargo, Nationwide, Genworth and Net Edge Solutions.
Most importantly at B. Pennington, our goal is to help and serve you. We promise to do our best to meet your requirements, and help you create your ideal office environment.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world;
indeed it's the only thing that ever has."
~Margaret Mead (1901-1978), American Anthropologist