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Self-Storage Real Estate Firm Lee & Associates Opens Office in Lincoln, NE

Article-Self-Storage Real Estate Firm Lee & Associates Opens Office in Lincoln, NE

Lee & Associates, a broker-owned commercial real estate firm that specializes self-storage and other property types, has opened an office in Lincoln, Nebraska. The new hub will specialize in retail, with plans to expand their capabilities to include office and industrial, according to a press release.

The team will be led by co-managing principals Daniel Dutton and Daniel Goaley, who co-founded the company’s Omaha, Nebraska, office last year. Dutton is a 20-year real estate industry veteran and Lincoln native. He holds a real estate license in Iowa and Nebraska. Goaley began his real estate career in 1995 as a salesperson, and received his broker’s license in 2006.

Additional members include Ammar Abu-Hamda, associate, and Boomer Peterson, principal, who both joined the firm last year. Abu-Hamda previously worked for the Lincoln Department of Public Works. Peterson has been a real estate broker since 2011. He specializes in net-lease investments, primarily in retail and industrial assets with some office deals.

“With the proximity of Lincoln and Omaha and their importance to the state of Nebraska, we feel strongly that for continued growth, everyone in those communities work together toward that common goal,” Dutton said. “Being born and raised in Lincoln, it is exciting to be able to bring what we do home.”

Established in 1979, Lee & Associates provides commercial real estate brokerage and construction services. It has offices throughout Canada and the United States.

Source: Lee & Associates, Lee & Associates Grows Nebraska Presence With Expansion Into Lincoln

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