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2018 ASID Awards

December 3, 2018 by
Photography by Provided

Great interior design can turn any workplace into a showcase. From large corporate offices to small mom-and-pop storefronts, whatever the tone that proprietors desire for their office space, professional interior designers can turn ideas into reality. Here are the Nebraska/Iowa Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers’ 2018 commercial winners of the chapter’s annual design contest, impactFULL.

Hilton Garden Inn

Location: Iowa City, downtown
Designers: Marilyn S. Hansen, FASID & Evan Thompson, Allied ASID
Company: The Designers
Photographer: Marilyn S. Hansen

This new-build hotel, the tallest building in downtown Iowa City, is popular with students and young professionals because of its 12th-floor bar and restaurant. The designers created a unique and welcoming ambiance for both locals and tourists who visit.

The Lund Company, Bland & Associates Expansion

Location: Omaha
Designers: Julie Hockney, Allied ASID &
Rachael Cavanaugh, Allied ASID
Company: jh Interior Design Studio
Photographer: Tom Kessler

Bold patterns in neutral colors provide a stunning backdrop layered in pops of “wow” colors and space full of textures: planked wood walls, wall coverings, mixed flooring patterns, and 3D wall panels just to name a few. The sight lines were crucial, and the designers carefully studied and designed each one.

Westport Clubhouse

Location: Omaha
Designers: Lisa McCoid, AIA, ASID & Alexis Trout, Allied ASID
Company: D3 Interiors
Photographer: Kipp Abrescit

The design solutions implemented into the space have created an open and inviting clubhouse space for the tenants to enjoy and use on a daily basis. The concept was to create a “contemporary coastal” design while still appealing to the Nebraska residents. The design solution was met by creating a neutral base color pallet with shades of grays, white, and blues layered with persimmon and teal. Gold accents were then added with the use of a dimensional wall panel behind the TV, cabinet hardware, lighting, and accessories.

Allen Capital Group

Project name: Allen Capital Group
Location: Omaha
Designers: Julie Odermatt, ASID & Rachel Costello, Allied ASID
Company: D3 Interiors
Photographer: Amoura Productions

This financial planning company wanted the initial impact as clients walked in to reflect the level of service they provide. To achieve that, the designers incorporated high-end finishes, modern-style furnishings, and accessories.


This article was printed in the December 2018/January 2019 edition of B2B. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.

Jason Fisher

April 6, 2018 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

At the end of the day, The Lund Company is a real estate company. Simply put, they manage, lease, and sell properties. However, the reason they’ve been successful is that they don’t consider themselves a “bricks and mortar” company. They are about people. People living, working, and playing in their properties. When looking through this lens at commercial real estate, it leads one to do things a little differently. “Our people are constantly seeking ways to impact people.” That leads to things like an in-house customer care department, a communication system that will send text alerts to people in their buildings, and relationships with owners beyond building management.

“That’s the thrill of our business and our industry,” says Jason Fisher, president of Cushman & Wakefield/The Lund Company. There are thousands of people in Lund properties every single day.  It’s a privilege they don’t take lightly and makes them better at what they do and more purposeful about the impact on the communities they serve. 

Fisher says, “I love our tagline: at the intersection of real estate and real life. That says it all.”  


Cushman & Wakefield/The Lund Company
450 Regency Parkway, No. 200
Omaha, NE 68114
402.393.8811
lundco.com

This sponsored content appeared in Faces of Omaha 2018. To view, click here: https://issuu.com/omahapublications/docs/faces_2018/32

“Shifting Gears” is Theme of April CREW Event

November 25, 2012 by

Real estate professionals from all over the region will soon converge for “shop talk” at Omaha’s 24th Annual Commercial Real Estate Workshop (CREW), to be held at the CenturyLink Center Omaha on April 19, 2013. This year’s theme is “Shifting Gears – Are You Gaining Momentum?”

“The CREW Planning Committee decided at our September 2012 meeting that the commercial real estate market had made a definite turn to the positive,” says Jerry Slusky, a partner with Smith Gardner Slusky Law and member of the CREW committee. “Noting that, CREW 2013 is using a bicycle theme to indicate that it’s time to shift your own gears and be in a position to take advantage of the momentum being created in the market. Each of the subjects of this year’s CREW is ‘geared’ to address that question,” Slusky explains.

CREW’s keynote roundtable theme, “Crisis of Confidence: How We Fix a Flat Tire,” will include conversation with Nebraska’s top business leaders and how they view the current economy, their expectations for the short and long term, and how their views relate to job creation and real estate.

As the Omaha mayoral election in May will have an economic impact on our economy, the CREW committee has invited the mayoral primary candidates to speak to attendees about their thoughts, plans, and goals for Omaha for 2013 and beyond. “All five mayoral candidates have accepted CREW’s invitation to speak at CREW 2013,” says Slusky. “The CREW Committee is preparing four or five questions that will be answered by the two mayoral finalists (decided in the April primary). It should be a very interesting.”

Jason Fisher, president of The Lund Company and regular participant in CREW, commends the CREW committee’s efforts in presenting a great event. “The committee and Jerry do a great job of blending relevant national or global market trends with the primary focus on local and regional issues,” Fisher says. “Secondly, the panelists, presenters, and topics are usually representative of the real estate market in its entirety—developers, brokers, attorneys, engineers, lenders, etc…All are represented. In addition, the relationship and networking opportunity [of CREW] is unlike any other. You basically have 300+ industry-focused professionals in the same room for a full day. If you can’t have meaningful conversations about your trade at CREW, then you are probably in the wrong business.”