Meyer Najem adds development and real estate services – Hamilton County Reporter

Meyer Najem has added development and commercial real estate services to its offer.

For 35 years, Meyer Najem has provided its clients with high quality construction projects. The addition of development and real estate services allows Meyer Najem to offer several front-end services to clients – services that will help clients take an idea on paper and turn it into a real project before construction begins.

“We are delighted to provide a turnkey solution for the entire process,” said Meyer Najem President Tim Russell.

Meyer Najem management intentionally selected a nationally known and respected real estate services team, led by President of Development and Real Estate Services Keith Konkoli and Executive Vice President of Development and Real Estate Services Travis Tucker.

Konkoli is a seasoned property manager with deep industry relationships and experience in all facets of property development and operations. He has an impressive senior management history with publicly traded real estate investment trusts Welltower and Duke Realty.

Tucker is a real estate entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in commercial real estate, specializing in the medical practice sector in both public and private operating platforms. Travis spent 15 years at Duke Realty as Vice President of Healthcare Leasing. In his role, Travis ran Duke’s healthcare leasing division, which at the time had $8.5 billion in industrial and healthcare assets.

Meyer Najem’s development and real estate services encompass site selection, real estate purchase due diligence, financing, legal and accounting services, investor relations, leasing and brokerage.

About Meyer Najem

Meyer Najem was founded over 35 years ago by Anthony Najem and Karl Meyer. Meyer Najem serves clients in the healthcare, municipal, commercial, senior living and multi-family sectors. By combining innovative building techniques with technology, they bring growth and strength to communities across the country.