Our team combines broad experience from both inside and outside the real estate industry.
We understand deal structure, tenant engagement and the emerging vision of successful entertainment real estate – where the consumer experience, the tenant mix, and the financial structure can produce results for investors.
Leasing, Site Selection, Developer
Keith Thompson, former Senior Vice President of Real Estate for Regal Cinemas, and past ICSC Trustee, has worked worldwide in the industry, as well as developed retail shopping centers. He was instrumental in growing Regal Cinemas from “14 to 400 (locations).” Today he utilizes his experience in the entertainment industry to transform retail developments into true mixed-use entertainment centers.
Mike Dyer, is the former founder and President of ADW Architects in Charlotte, NC, a 56 man architectural firm specializing in and completing more that 400 multiplex cinemas and entertainments facilities for 9 different cinema circuits in 38 states. He also founded Edifice, Inc, a general construction company and was co-developers of 4 retail centers in Pennsylvania and Maryland. He now specializes in developing design concepts for the cinema/muti-venue entertainment and retail facilities.
Steven Hale, CPA, started his career with Arthur Andersen before working in both public practice and private industry. He has extensive experience in construction and real estate accounting and management. Today he oversees extensive real estate holdings across multiple owners entities.
Nate Kiser started his real estate career a broker leasing shops, growing into running power center developments. His most recent project, the recovery of a failed lifestyle center in Blacksburg, Virginia called “First & Main.” Kiser negotiated the purchase of the center from Wells Fargo, the recruitment of the anchor tenant Frank Theatres, Cinebowl Grille + IMAX, and the ongoing leasing and development required to revive the center. Today, it is collectively the largest single tax payer in the Town and one of the largest in the county.