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Michael Chenoweth Radius Group Senior VP

Promotion Announced for Thirteen-year Real Estate Veteran


Radius Group Commercial Real Estate, Inc. is pleased to announce that Michael Chenoweth has been promoted to Senior Vice President. Raised in Santa Barbara, Michael has been involved in the sales, leasing, and management of commercial real estate for more than 13 years. In this time Michael has gained great knowledge and experience by handling a number of complex lease and sale transactions. He has represented both tenants and landlords in retail, office, and industrial properties throughout the Santa Barbara, Montecito, Carpinteria and Goleta areas. His experience allows him to provide landlords with the information they need to make informed decisions regarding tenants, lease extensions, lease terminations, acquisitions and disposition of properties through a sale. Over the last seven years Michael has performed more than 250 sale & lease transactions for more than 900,000 square feet for more than $120,000,000 in transaction volume.

Radius Group Commercial Real Estate is the dominant full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm on California’s Central Coast. On an annual basis, Radius Group brokers finalize an unmatched volume of commercial sale and lease transactions. Radius Group provides the strong community engagement and dedication to clients’ needs that only a proven team of real estate professionals can support. Radius Group also contributes to the business community with its sustained industry data reporting and market forecasting. With a unique team philosophy as its backbone, Radius Group maintains the distinct ability to not only meet their clients’ requirements, but go above and beyond to produce desired results with a high degree of diligence and flexibility.

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