KennMar is pleased to announce that KidStrong has signed a lease to open their first Indiana facility at The Crossing in Noblesville, located at 146th and SR 37. KidStrong is a private child development training center focused on brain, physical, and character development for children ages walking through 11 years old.
“We are thrilled to have KidStrong as a business in The Crossing and are proud of the fact that their first location in Indiana will be in our development in Noblesville,” said Brent Benge, President & CEO of KennMar.
Katie Poston, a commercial real estate broker with Equivis, and Stan Burton and Joel Miller, commercial real estate brokers with Avison Young, are responsible for this transaction. The Crossing at Noblesville development began construction in April 2020 and is now fully leased with KidStrong, Pickleman’s, and Moe’s.
KennMar is a commercial real estate investment firm founded on the belief that development projects should not only fulfill a need today, but for years to come. The company’s primary objective is to add value to assets and communities through the acquisition, development and repurposing of existing land and buildings. Specializing in the retail, office and hospitality sectors, its projects are designed to create spaces that bring people together, inspire, and serve the community. Ranked among the top commercial property developers based in Indianapolis, the KennMar team is made up of a seasoned group of professionals who have more than 100 years of combined commercial real estate experience, have collectively managed more than 20 million square feet of commercial property and have participated in the financing and fundraising of approximately $8 billion worth of capital.
KidStrong helps parents raise strong and independent kids with their innovative science-based training program. KidStrong focuses on brain, physical, and character development in kids from ages 15 months to 13 years old. Their curriculum leverages experts in the field of pediatric occupational therapy, sports physiology, and physical education. www.kidstrong.com