Hendricks Commercial Properties invests in, manages and develops real estate throughout the United States and specializes in net leased real estate investments, management and development with outside-the-box solutions to the most challenging of real estate needs.
Our mission is to continually strive for entrepreneurial vision and operational perfection to allow us to build and grow ourselves and our company from within.
Hendricks Commercial Properties has purchased 14 separate buildings totaling over 200,000 square feet in downtown Delafield, Wisconsin, for investment and future expansion in the area. The properties are currently home to many popular businesses, including the Delafield Hotel, be FITNESS, I.d. Restaurant, Clear Water Outdoor, Wheel & Sprocket, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Revere's Wells Street Tavern and Great Harvest Bread Company. LEARN MORE
Hendricks Commercial Properties, after a rigorous RFP process, has been selected to acquire and develop the historic 11-acre former Coca-Cola bottling plant in downtown Indianapolis. This marquee project will pay homage to the history of the plant and will be anchored by a boutique hotel, dynamic street-level retail shops, a combination of residential units (apartments, condos and townhouses), entertainment and creative office spaces.
Believing that long term commitment leads to real change, Hendricks Commercial Properties has invested intensely in the Beloit community. Lasting results of retail growth, community pride and commerce are evident in the many downtown Beloit projects, including the Phoenix building, the Ironworks Hotel and the Ironworks Campus. Many existing and future tenant and leasing opportunities abound with further expansions in the planning and development stages as well. LEARN MORE
Beloit, WI-February 3, 2020
Development plans move forward for state-of-the-art community venue
Minnesota Good Age-November 6, 2019
See why Beloit and Janesville have become tourist attractions in southern Wisconsin.
BoiseDev-Sept 27, 2019
Hendricks Commercial Properties, which purchased the historic Owyhee and several surrounding surface parking lots from LocalConstruct earlier this year.