Hayes Commercial Group Moving Downtown

Brokerage relocates to larger offices

After seven years on upper State Street, Hayes Commercial Group has outgrown its current space and is moving to larger offices downtown. The new location is 222 E. Carrillo Street at the corner of Garden Street. Hayes Commercial Group will be open for business downtown as of November 1st.

222 E. Carrillo Street
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222 E. Carrillo Street

Regarding the relocation, Steve Hayes said, “We have grown substantially in the past year, and we simply need more space. It’s exciting to be moving back downtown, and we are happy to have found offices with convenient parking for our clients. This is a positive step for our business.”

Company facts

Services: Leasing, sales and consulting services for all commercial property types, including multifamily property

Brokers: 9

Average broker experience: 21 years

2010 Performance (through September 30): 114 completed transactions, 556,000 square feet leased and sold

Partners: Greg Bartholomew, Francois DeJohn, Steve Hayes, Michael Martz, Dan Moll

Associates: Christos Celmayster, James Celmayster, Kristopher Roth, Pamela Scott

Address (as of November 1, 2010): 222 E. Carrillo St, Suite 101, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, (Phone numbers and emails will not change)

Source: Hayes Commercial Group

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