M2M Transaction: Douglas Brockhouse, CCIM, SIOR cooperated with Kristen Zueger, SIOR is the sale of a 165,000 sq. ft. industrial land site (rezoned to retail) for $450,000 in Sioux Falls, SD. The site will be used for a convenience store.
M2M Transaction: Douglas Brockhouse, CCIM, SIOR cooperated with Rodney Jones, CCIM, SIOR in the sale of a $2.8M failed condo project in Lenexa, KS.
M2M Transaction: Douglas Brockhouse, CCIM, SIOR cooperated with Peter Kast, CCIM, SIOR in the sale of a $1.33M failed residential development project in Loveland, CO.
M2M Transaction: Douglas Brockhouse, CCIM, SIOR cooperated with Jim Steinbauer, SIOR in the sale of a 40 acre failed residential development project in Haines City, FL for $350,000.00.
M2M Transaction: Douglas Brockhouse, CCIM, SIOR teamed up with Angela West, SIOR, MRC of CB Richard Ellis in Tulsa, OK, in the sale of a 26 acre former petroleum storage facility site in Sioux Falls, SD for $____________. Jim Dunham, CCIM, SIOR represented the buyer in the transaction.
M2M Transaction: Douglas Brockhouse, CCIM, SIOR cooperated with Geoff Kreuser, SIOR and his team at Colliers in Denver in the sale of a 1.51 acres development site at Lincoln Station on the light rail for $1,500,000.00.
M2M Transaction: Douglas Brockhouse, CCIM, SIOR cooperated with Tom Simon, SIOR with CBRE in Minneapolis in the sale of a 300,000 sq. ft. high tech manufacturing facility in Sioux Falls, SD to Sanford Health in Sioux Falls, SD for $11,000,000.00.
Douglas Brockhouse is a Sioux Falls native. Born in the West Sioux Falls area, his family owned the old West Sioux Hardware which was known for great ice cream cones and housed a mounted animal collection (currently on display at the Great Plains Zoo.)
Doug has had an interesting background leading up to his career in commercial real estate. After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines, he became a commissioned officer in the NOAA Corps. He spent several years offshore on research vessels working in the area of the polar ice cap between Alaska and Russia, the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and overseas in countries like Thailand and India.
Doug returned to Sioux Falls, made a career change and entered the trucking industry. He spent four years driving over-the-road then the next ten years working in management of two different transportation companies. Doug became president of the SD Safety Management Council, president of the Sioux Falls Transportation & Industry Group, SD Truck Driving Championship Chairman and held numerous other posts in transportation industry groups.
In the area of community involvement, Doug once again has taken a route less traveled. Doug is a team leader with the Minnehaha County Emergency Management Dive Team. His team has been involved in multiple underwater search and recovery efforts and forensic work. He is one of a few under-ice swimmer/divers in the region.
Soon after his entry into the field of commercial real estate, Doug began his pusuit of the CCIM Designation (Certified Commercial Investment Member) completing that training and fulfilling the transaction volume requirements in just two years. SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) is another professional organization that he is an active participant in. Doug was the 2009 President for the SIOR Minnesota Chapter and is the incoming 2011/2012 SIOR Central Regional Director. He incorporates the relationships developed through these organizations to better serve his clients.
Doug has been able to incorporate his engineering background, modern technology and trucking experiences in helping his clients achieve their goals. He excels in the industrial and transportation sectors of the real estate market and enjoys working hands-on with his clients.
Some notable transactions include:
•Fmr Gateway Computers Bldg - 126,000 sq. ft. - $6,500,000
•Fmr Food Services of American Bldg - 40,370 sq. ft. - $850,000
•Fmr Rosco Manufacturing Bldg - 80,000 sq. ft. - $625,000
•Hubbard Feeds Elevator - $1,200,000
•Boyer Ford Trucks - 7,152 sq. ft.
•Ashbach Construction - 14,000 sq. ft. - $400,000
•Davis Typewriter - 16,200 sq. ft. - $625,000
•Armcom Distributing - 20,646 sq. ft. - $745,000
•Northwest Concrete Cutting - 9,500 sq. ft. - $270,000
•Lund/Allstate Truck Leasing - 12,500 sq. ft.
•Bullinger/Twin City Fan - 30,000 sq. ft.
•Smith/Ryder Transportation - 12,000 sq. ft.
•Gulbrandson/Dakota Fluid Power - 6,000 sq. ft.
•Allstate Truck Leasing - 12,500 sq. ft.
•RPS (Caliber Systems) FedEx - 20,800 sq. ft.
•CCL Label - 12,000 sq. ft.
•National Web Printing - 19,000 sq. ft.
•Volunteers of America - 7,793 sq. ft.
Industrial Land Sales:
•ADP Land Acquisition - 80 acres - $2,000,000
•JELDWEN Land Acquisition - 97,800 sq. ft. - $255,683
•Bomier Properties/Marmon Keystone - 313,632 sq. ft. - $627,000
•Crescent Electric - 4.22 acres - $607,520