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Retail

Our retail properties include downtown storefronts, strip retail buildings, restaurants, and neighborhood shopping centers. We understand the importance of location, visibility, and access to the retail tenant. Our low retail turnover rate is a testament to the viability of our retail sites.

Flex Space

Our flex buildings provide the flexibility to accommodate a variety of uses, be it retail, office, showroom, warehouse, or some combination of those functions. With higher ceilings, overhead doors, adequate power, and loading dock access, our flex buildings are not only functional but attractive as well.

Office

Our office properties vary from small stand-alone office buildings to multi-story downtown office buildings. With office suites as small as 200 sq ft to office tenants that occupy multiple floors, we can accommodate a variety of different office space requirements.

Warehouse

We own a variety of warehouse properties, from small shop spaces to large warehouse buildings. We understand that each user has a unique set of requirements with regard to loading docks, ceiling heights, location, and other factors important to their business and our large inventory allows us to accommodate a variety of different requirements.

 

speedway properties

Speedway Properties is a locally-owned commercial real estate investment company that owns, manages, and leases over 2,000,000 square feet of retail, office, and industrial property throughout Lincoln, Nebraska. Our broad portfolio of commercial real estate gives us the flexibility to work together with tenants to achieve their goals and help them succeed. Whatever your real estate needs may be, chances are good that we have a space available to meet your requirements.

 

featured property

The Tool House
800 Q Street

Speedway Properties is currently redeveloping the former Tool House complex at the northeast corner of 8th and Q Streets in the Historic Haymarket. The corner building is one of the oldest in the Haymarket, dating back to 1887. Originally constructed as a bakery for the production of biscuits and crackers, it became a hardware store in 1905 and remained so until 2008. Construction is now underway for the redevelopment of these buildings which are adjacent to a new Hilton Garden in which opened in September 2013. The project will include retail/restaurant bays at street level, outdoor patio seating, new awnings, and lower level daylight spaces along the west side of the corner building. Upper floors will include68 new loft apartments with an attached walkway to the Haymarket Parking Garage. Construction is underway and will be completed later this year.