Walker-Alley & Associates, LLC has been selected as the manager of American Tower, at 401 Market Street in Shreveport.
American Tower is one of Shreveport’s signature Central Business District office buildings and occupies a prominent place on Shreveport’s skyline. This property has been owned by Rancho Pacific Commercial of Rancho Cucamonga, California since 2005. The building is home to the offices of Raymond James, The Shreveport Times, The Independence Bowl, Louisiana Film Prize, the offices of U.S. Senator John Kennedy and the offices Louisiana House of Representatives Member Alan Seabaugh among many others.
“We are extremely proud of our association with American Tower and Rancho Pacific,” said Walker-Alley Senior Partner, Ben Walker. “We look forward to providing leasing and management services for this legacy property. The way office space is being used today is different than it was 20 years ago, so we are undertaking new programs to provide space for companies that are geared toward a more collaborative use of space as well as traditional office users. There are some exciting upgrades and innovations underway that will keep this property relevant well into the 21st century.”
Mitch Busada has been named as the leader of the on-site management team and will also lead the marketing and leasing effort on behalf of the building. Mitch has been with Walker-Alley since 2009 as a commercial Realtor® and is currently serving as the President of the Commercial Investment Division of the Northwest Louisiana Association of Realtors.
Walker-Alley is one of the area’s premier commercial real estate firms and has been in business since 2003. For more information on American Tower, please visit www.401market.com.