NAI Knoxville had a strong showing in this year’s CCIM Commercial Real Estate Awards, with two agents earning “Broker of the Year” honors.
Trey Miller was named Retail Broker of the Year, for a complicated, $14.5 million deal that paved the way for a new Publix in Pigeon Forge.
A story in the Greater Knoxville Business Journal noted that roughly half of Miller’s business is done in Sevier County, and he was previously part of a retail transaction at Belle Island Village that was named Deal of the Year in 2011.
James Roberson was named Industrial Broker of the Year for his role in the sale of a 360,000-square-foot industrial building at 2015 Eastbridge Drive, which was purchased by Lifetime Products, Inc.
Also last year, Roberson co-brokered the sale of a 334,000-square-foot industrial building in Loudon County to van-maker Morgan Olson.