Below you’ll find lots of helpful articles and information on why having a commercial real estate agent is so important, explanations of the different kinds of commercial real estate leases you’ll run into along your search for space and much, much more!
Thanksgiving is officially over and Christmas trees are popping up all over the city. Skating in the Park is back, the Tinsel Trail in Big Spring Park is in full swing, and the many shops in downtown Huntsville are showing off their holiday inventory with beautiful window displays and decor.
After a challenging year, retail shops in the Rocket City are doing everything they can to accommodate holiday shoppers and make the season merry. Boutiques, restaurants, and shops have gone the extra mile to deliver excellent customer service while adapting their operations to ensure safety and convenience. Many have added extended holiday hours!
Observing history through an old sepia photograph or on the pages of a book is one thing, but walking into it is a different experience entirely. Huntsville’s history includes snapshots of space exploration, talented artists, and a landscape that’s in a constant state of change. However, change sometimes forgets a few corners of the city and it’s there you will find some of the oldest operating retail businesses in town.
When it comes to longevity, there are a few businesses in Huntsville that seem to have cracked the code. We’re proud to have a sizeable list of retail that has been around for generations and still operating today.
If you traveled down Pratt Avenue near earlier this year, you may have noticed one of the street’s older properties begin to change. What was once a beige building with red awnings and no windows has been transformed into a modern office space that houses Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate’s eleven full-time employees!