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Building six at the Sonoran Corporate Center

Helix acquires Sonoran Corporate Center building

Helix, an Arizona-based commercial real estate brokerage, management, investment services and development company, recently acquired new Scottsdale commercial property, Sonoran Corporate Center Building 6 for $1.57 million.

Located just off the 101 and Princess Drive, in Scottsdale, Sonoran Corporate Center includes a 10,154 square foot building that is 100 percent occupied by Medical Practice Innovations Inc. The property was purchased from A Company of Brothers, LLP, a Washington limited liability partnership. The broker for the buyer was Mitchell Stravitz with CBRE Inc.

“Although this asset is 100 percent leased, we still looked at this as a value add play,” said Ryan Spiekerman, founding principal of Helix Capital. “With rents significantly below market we feel we can create value once the lease expires or sell it to an owner/user. It is an optimal size in a highly desirable sub-market.”

With expertise in acquisition, construction, development and disposition of millions of square feet of real estate in Arizona and throughout the Southwest, the Helix team has worked in nearly every segment of the commercial real estate industry: office, retail, industrial, land, self-storage multi-family housing, assisted living and medical.

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Helix acquires industrial complex in Tolleson

Helix, an Arizona-based commercial real estate investment company, recently acquired a Truck Distribution Industrial Complex in Tolleson, Ariz.

Located at 94th Avenue and Buckeye Road in Tolleson, the 40-acre commercial property consists of 179,000 sq. ft. of buildings including a warehouse, office administration facility, maintenance garage, covered wall truss work area and a 60,000 square foot covered structure on the rail spur.

The property is ready to be leased or redeveloped. The Truck Distribution Industrial Complex was purchased for $12.75 million from Pratte Buckeye Property, LLC. The broker for the seller was Bill Bayless of CBRE.

With expertise in acquisition, management, development and brokerage of millions of square feet of real estate in Arizona and throughout the Southwest, the Helix team has worked in nearly every segment of the commercial real estate industry: office, retail, industrial, land, self-storage multi-family housing, assisted living and medical.

Pebble Creek Plaza retail parcel. Courtesy of Helix

Helix announces plans for retail development in Goodyear

Helix, an Arizona-based commercial real estate brokerage, management, investment services and development company, recently announced a development agreement with Hubbell Land, LLC, to develop the newly acquired and repositioned commercial property, Pebble Creek Plaza Retail Pads in Goodyear, Ariz.

Located at Pebble Creek Parkway and Virginia Ave. in Goodyear, Pebble Creek Plaza Retail Pads includes a 39,204 square foot development pad, as well as a 29,612 square foot land lease, which is leased by Kentucky Fried Chicken through 2029. Helix and Hubbell Land LLC, are working on plans to develop 7,200 square feet of divisible retail shop space with options of drive-thru, single tenant or build to suit. In addition, Advanced Auto Care is proposing to develop an auto-care center on the hard corner.

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Helix Launches Residential RE Division

Ryan Spiekerman

Ryan Spiekerman

Helix, an Arizona-based commercial real estate brokerage, management, investment services and development company, announced today the launch of its residential division.

The new division will provide residential leasing, sales and property management, and will be managed by Cam and Tanya Morrier, a husband and wife team who recently joined Helix, bringing a residential property management portfolio to the company consisting of 60 properties.

Ryan Spiekerman, principal and founder of Helix, says that the residential division was formed to create greater diversity in the brokerage and property management portfolio listings.

“We see an opportunity, as the residential market stabilizes, to assist investors in the residential sector to protect their investment properties through professional asset management services,” said Spiekerman. “Similar to our commercial division, we are dedicated to providing our residential clients with resources that enables them to maximize profitability on their residential real estate investments.”

Spiekerman also says that the new division should mean at least a 20 percent growth in business for Helix in 2014 alone.

Cam Morrier will now serve as manager of residential sales and leasing for Helix, and Tanya Morrier will work as the residential property manager and leasing sales agent. Helix is led by principals Spiekerman and Adam Feldman, who is also the company’s designated broker.

“Helix has earned a reputation as a leader in the commercial real estate space in Arizona and around the Southwest, and now we are excited to help the company expand and gain market share in the residential space,” said Cam Morrier.

With expertise in acquisition, construction, development and disposition of millions of square feet of real estate in Arizona and throughout the Southwest, the Helix team has worked in nearly every segment of the commercial real estate industry: office, retail, industrial, land, self-storage multi-family housing, assisted living and medical.

Paradise Valley Medical Center

Helix Capital Purchases 80KSF Industrial, Medical Buildings

Two large Phoenix medical office and industrial buildings totaling more than 80,000 SF have been purchased by the Next Gen Division of Helix Capital, an Arizona-based commercial real estate brokerage, management, investment services and development company.

Next Gen PV Medical, LLC purchased a 5.58-acre multi-tenant medical office plaza at

Next Gen Industrial

Next Gen Industrial

16620 N. 40th Street, Phoenix for $4M. The property features nine individual buildings, totaling 55,874 SF. Next Gen will complete significant renovations to the medical complex, and rebrand it as Paradise Valley Medical Center in early 2014. The plaza will be managed by Helix Asset Management.

Next Gen Industrial, LLC purchased a 2.29-acre industrial/flex building, located at the I-17 and Deer Valley at 2507 W. Villa Rita, Phoenix for $2.01M. The 24,433 SF building is currently 100 percent occupied and will be managed by Helix Asset Management.

“Helix specializes in repositioning real estate assets to successful viability. Both of these properties have tremendous potential, and we plan to bring that potential to fruition quickly,” said Ryan Spiekerman, principal and founder of Helix Capital. “We are especially interested in the long-term value of medical real estate, and we continue to seek additional acquisition opportunities before year end.”