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Company History

Company History – Rees Commercial

Rees Commercial has been on an amazing journey as it has grown exponentially along with the Central Arkansas economy and land and business development there. Not only has it morphed its business strategies to expand to fit the growing needs of its clients and the corresponding marketplace, but it also has embraced its role as a commercial real estate leader in the communities in Arkansas it serves.

Timelines:

1981 – The John A. Rees Company was established to cater to real estate, brokerage, leasing, and syndication.

1988 – Changed into Rees Development to focus on development and leasing opportunities in Central Arkansas. Rees developed the Little Rock Rubber and Specialty Co. warehousing facility at 18,000 square feet Centel Communications Co. (warehouse) became Williams Communications.

1994 – Developed the Sedgewick Centre office warehouse complex for 50,000 square foot.

1997 – Developed a big box retail building for Linens ‘N Things at 32,708 square feet and also built the Bowman Heights shopping center at 44,353 square feet.

2002 – Developed the Hinson Centre office building at 12,295 square feet (Rees Commercial’s Headquarters).

2005 – Developed the WestPointe shopping center in Bryant, Arkansas at 38,647 square feet.

2006 – Developed the Pinnacle Station shopping center at 25,882 square feet.

2007 – Developed the Pinnacle Creek shopping center at 27,195 square feet.

2008 – Developed the One Rahling Centre office/medical building at 20,200 square feet.

2010 – Developed the Rahling Two office/medical building at 22,870 square feet.

2013 – Did some build out for Rees Commercial’s newest national retail tenant, Whole Foods.

2014– Rees Development started the year by officially changing its name to Rees Commercial. Rees started developing the Chenal Curve shopping center at 21,447 square feet in mid-2014. Rees is also developing and starting a new business venture by owning and running a 115 foot express tunnel car wash called Genesis Auto Wash.

  • Client’s Testimonials

    "Working with Rees Commercial was easy and professional. They got my office space ready in a timely manner to fit my business needs. Even though my office is a small operation, it is nice to know Rees Commercial is big enough to provide options for my office as we grow. John Rees, Sr. & John Aaron Rees, Jr. are helpful, friendly and very trust worthy people that hold their business to a high standard. Thank you Rees Commercial!"
    Paul Robertson
    Brokerage Resources

    "I worked with John Rees and John Aaron Rees for many years closing their real estate transactions. Their superior knowledge and understanding of the concepts of commercial real estate development, finance and management is proven in the quality of their projects. Each of their undertakings are well thought out and organized. Their beliefs and positive attitude make them a pleasure to work with!"
    Rod Cameron
    Lenders Title Company

    “I rented from John Rees, Sr. and his son John Aaron Rees, Jr. for 8 years. John Aaron is a sweet, intelligent, caring young man and he never hesitates to let you know that he cares. John Sr. stays busy with his properties so you don’t see him very often. But, John Aaron Rees Jr. makes sure to stop by your shop when he comes to a building you rent and says hi. He always made me feel like he cared for me. In fact, they cared so much about my well-being when my illnesses took their toll they showed great compassion when I could no longer lease from them and showed great understanding.”
    Kelly Bergain
    Your Computer People