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Sage Partners CEO, Principal, Brian Shaw Named C-Suite Honoree

By Northwest Arkansas Business Journal

ROGERS, Ark. (Oct. 4th, 2017) – Sage Partners CEO, Brian Shaw, has been chosen by the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal as a 2017 C-Suite Honoree. Reserved for individuals within the top tier of leadership of their organizations, the C-Suite Awards are intended to recognize and celebrate high-level accomplishments, effective leadership and significant community contributions within businesses and nonprofits throughout Northwest Arkansas.

Brian Shaw has worked with Sage Partners for more than 12 years. As Chief Executive Officer, Shaw successfully guided the company through mergers with Hunt Ventures real estate division and Capital Properties. Under his leadership, the company has come to manage more than four million square feet of commercial real estate and is leading many major development projects in Northwest Arkansas. With more than 20 years of commercial real estate experience, Brian has led the development of more than $150 million in commercial real estate projects.

Sage’s growth is fueled by the energy of its team, which starts with its leadership. Shaw has developed a creative workplace culture that inspires the Sage team to provide innovative solutions to its clients. He has managed to grow the company and maintain profitability. He encourages community involvement as well as community development.

Married for more than 24 years, he and his wife, Lynn, have four children. Shaw spends much of his free time engaging in his children’s lives. He has been a volunteer coach for more than 30 different sport teams serving more than 400 children. He sits on the boards of Legacy National Bank, LifeSource International, Fayetteville Public Education Foundation and is the President of the FHS Baseball Booster Club. Brian is a former member of both the United Way Board of Directors and Fayetteville Youth Baseball Board.


October 16th, 2017

Group Breaks Ground in Springdale for 27 Acre Parkway Plaza

Conveniently located at the intersection of Interstate 49 and Don Tyson Parkway

SPRINGDALE, Ark. (October 12, 2017) – Sage Partners and Griffin Company Realtors are pleased to announceParkway Plaza, a Class A office and mixed-use development located at the intersection of Interstate 49 and Don Tyson Parkway in Springdale. Sage Partners has teamed with Southwest Springdale Forty-Nine, LLC to serve as the developers of the project. Construction is anticipated to begin in early 2018.

In a premiere location near Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Arvest Ball Park, and Sam’s Club, Parkway Plaza will offer a park-like setting with walking trails, green spaces, and incredible views of the Ozark Mountains while remaining in close proximity to a number of desirable amenities.

“This development has been in the works for the past two years and the timing is right to bring it to the market place,” said Greg Taylor of Griffin Company Realtors.  “Parkway Plaza will solidify Springdale as a major player in the future growth and development of Northwest Arkansas, and with the new Children’s Hospital preparing to open early next year and the extension of Don Tyson Parkway west to Highway 112, the demand for new office space in that area will be even greater.”

The development will include commercial lots for sale that are ideal for a hotel or restaurant, ground lease and build-to-suit options, and Class A multistory office buildings. As interest in lease space increases, Southwest Springdale Forty-Nine is prepared to construct a 40,000 square foot Class A multistory office building in the near future.

About Sage Partners

Sage Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm with offices in Rogers, Bentonville and Little Rock, and manages more than four million square feet across the state. For more information, please visit

October 12th, 2017

We All Scream for Ice Cream

Our property management team hosted an ice cream social tenant appreciation event at our newest property, an office park on Otis Corley in Bentonville. We had a great turn out and enjoyed meeting our tenants. We also want to send a big THANK YOU to Hershey for supplying the toppings!

We view each property as a unique assignment and develop an ind individualized improvement plan based on the specific needs for the property. Examples of property needs include improved occupancy, operating cost reductions, service level improvements, tenant relation improvement, property face-lifts, and capital restructuring.

We understand there is more to building client relationships than just closing deals. It is about adding value, being honest, keeping your word, and earning your trust with each step of the assignment. This is not a statement of values, this is how we provide real estate solutions.

August 25th, 2017

Sage Partners President Marshall Saviers Named Forty Under 40

Sage Partners President Marshall Saviers Named Forty Under 40 By Northwest Arkansas Business Journal

Sage Partners President Marshall Saviers has been chosen by the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal to be a member of their 2017 Class of Forty Under 40. The Northwest Arkansas Business Journal annually honors forty individuals under the age of 40 who were nominated as best in class by their peers in all industries.

As president of Sage Partners, a commercial real estate and property management firm serving all of Arkansas, Saviers oversees brokerage operations for Sage Partners offices in Fayetteville, Rogers, Bentonville and Little Rock. After facilitating a merger with Hunt Ventures in 2016, Saviers now leads the management of nearly four million square feet of property and more than 50 employees.

“When considering the merger, I took note of the leadership that Marshall would bring. He shares many of the same corporate values that I value in good business,” said Johnelle Hunt. “I am very proud of how he has successfully brought our companies together as well as how he has maintained the company’s commitment to economic growth in Arkansas.”

Actively involved in the community, Saviers currently serves a three-year term on the Executive Committee of the Northwest Arkansas Council. He has volunteered as a big brother for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Arkansas since 2005. Furthermore, Saviers is a Next Generation Society member of the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation and is a founding member for both the Fayetteville and the Northwest Arkansas young professional groups.

About Sage Partners

Sage Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm with offices in Fayetteville, Rogers, Bentonville and Little Rock, and manages nearly four million square feet across the state. For more information, visit

Marshall Saviers

President, Principal

August 23rd, 2017

Alex Blass Named to IREM 30 Under 30

ROGERS, Ark. (July 20, 2017) – Sage Partners Vice President of Operations Alex Blass has been chosen by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) to be a member of their 2017 Class of 30 Under 30.

Alex is responsible for Information Technology and works closely with the Human Resources and Project Management functions. He’s also involved with asset management, brokerage and development opportunities for Sage Partners. Alex obtained the company’s Accredited Management Organization certification and currently holds the position of Executive CPM. Additionally, Blass is a CPM, ACoM, ARM, SIOR, CCIM, and RPA Candidate. An Executive Broker with Sage Partners, Blass is a licensed broker in Arkansas, Florida, and Mississippi.

“Alex continues to play a key role in the growth of our business,” said Scott Audrain, CFO of Sage Partners. “We appreciate his efforts to help Sage become an Accredited Management Organization and are excited to see him continue developing his keen leadership and business skills.”

About Sage Partners
Sage Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm managing nearly four million square feet across the state. With offices in Fayetteville, Rogers, Bentonville and Little Rock, Sage combines an insight of national trends with unparalleled local knowledge through its database of brokers, clients, contacts, bankers, and investors. For more information, visit

About Institute of Real Estate Management
For 80 years, IREM has set the standard for best practices in real estate management. Today, IREM membership includes 20,000 individuals and 570 corporate members. To learn more about IREM, call (800) 837-0706, ext. 4650 (outside the U.S. call (312) 329-6000) or contact IREM now.


Vice President Operations, Principal


July 21st, 2017

Under 40 Members Meet with Governor Hutchinson

Tina Miles and other Under 40 members met with Governor Hutchinson earlier this week to continue the discussion on how to make Arkansas an even better place to live and work. Click here for the details of their discussion. 

May 31st, 2017

Sage Partners Completes $25.1M Commercial Real Estate Deal

BENTONVILLE, Ark. (April 21, 2017) – Sage Partners recently brokered the sale of nine office buildings in Bentonville, Arkansas.  Marshall Saviers, TJ Lefler, and Matt Imhoff of Sage Partners worked on the transaction. The buyers were Tom Boyd, Tyler Oliver, and William H. Wheeler who purchased the properties for $25.1M.  Dean Eisma, a real estate developer in Rogers, Arkansas, sold the property.

The nine properties total 233,000 square feet, and will be leased and managed by Sage Partners.  Eight of the buildings are office buildings, while the ninth building contains a mix of office and warehouse space.

“The rapid growth of Northwest Arkansas continues to increase the demand for commercial real estate from both users and investors,” said TJ Lefler, executive vice president at Sage Partners.  “These properties are well positioned for companies looking to move to and expand in Northwest Arkansas.”

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About Sage Partners

Sage Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm with offices in Fayetteville, Rogers, Bentonville and Little Rock.  Sage leases and manages approximately four million square feet across the state.

For more information, visit

April 25th, 2017

The Millennial Influence on Office Culture

As Baby Boomers transition out of the workforce and Millennials take over, a dramatic shift in office culture is occurring across the nation. Business leaders are adapting their methods of recruitment and retaining this generation of workers by starting with the work/life balance. Millennials prefers to blend personal and private life and thrive when a workplace feels more like home.

Recognizing this change, companies like Clorox are creating solutions to hire these young and talented employees. They have taken notice of the shift from a “me” to a “we” workspace and are working with developers like CrossMar Investments to tailor work spaces to the company’s function and direction.

Marshall Saviers, President of Sage Partners, knows the importance of being conscious of generational changes in the workforce. “When you look at younger people, they don’t care as much about the corner office, but they do care about amenities,” Saviers said. “A lot of people are going to this live-work-play environment. You spend a lot of time at your office and you want to make sure it’s a fun place to work. People understand it’s important to retaining talent but also keeping them happy.”

Whether it’s a new project in Pinnacle Hills or reviving existing architecture in Downtown Fayetteville, brokers such as Saviers are helping businesses have a say in designing their offices. New modern buildings do offer a number of amenities and high-tech services, but Saviers says that adaptive reuse is also a trend we are seeing. “It’s good. It keeps our culture and character.”

Read more from Arkansas Business.

Clorox Office Building in Bentonville

April 6th, 2017

Mixing Business & Pleasure Fosters Growth in NWA

While residents of Northwest Arkansas have known the area is growing at a fast pace, a recently released NWA Council report explains just how impressive that growth is in the region. Benton, Madison and Washington Counties lead the way for highest percentage of growth in the state, and according to the Council, the region adds almost 32 people per day — more than other larger metropolitan areas like Tulsa and Little Rock.

Experts credit this growth not only to the area’s many Fortune 500 companies, such as Walmart, Tyson Foods and JB Hunt, but also to the numerous quality of life investments, such as Crystal Bridges, Razorback Greenway, Walmart AMP and major healthcare upgrades by Mercy Northwest Arkansas, Washington Regional and the developing Children’s Hospital. The University of Arkansas, currently ranked #135 in National Universities on US News & World Report’s Best College Rankings, has also been essential in regional development.

The pairing of its quality of life amenities with its remarkable job opportunities, play a large role in making the region an attractive option for the relocating younger workforce. These factors are among countless reasons why Northwest Arkansas is currently the 22nd fastest growing metro in the United States and is on pace to be one of the nation’s 100 largest metropolitan statistical areas within three years.

Read more from the NWA Council.

March 27th, 2017

Please join Us in Welcoming Our Newest Team Member, Lori Adcock-McGhee.

Lori will be director of property management, responsible for overseeing our expansion in central Arkansas.

Since 1990, Adcock-McGhee has worked in commercial real estate management with a wide range of ownership structures including REITS and Tenants in Common. In 2007, she joined the global firm Jones Lang LaSalle managing Regions Bank locations across multiple states before obtaining management of the Regions Center high-rise office building.  In 2014, she joined Moses Tucker as Vice President of Real Estate Services and served as a principal broker until she retired in 2016.

This past February, we asked Adcock-McGhee to postpone her retirement with an opportunity to help us in central Arkansas.

Adcock-McGhee holds a BSBA in finance from the University of Arkansas, Arkansas broker’s license and Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation. She is a past president of the Building Owners & Managers Association Greater Little Rock (BOMA) and past president of Arkansas Chapter 64 of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), where she currently serves on the board and on the National Ethics Committee. She also currently serves on the risk reduction committee for the Arkansas Realtors Association.

Lori Adcock-McGhee

Director of Property Management

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March 14th, 2017