A Chronological History of Summit Real Estate Group
John Ross founds Summit with a focus on commercial real estate development.
First acquisition: Drew Station Shopping Center
First development: St. Peters Centre
Scott “Murph” Reese joins to expand the Development Platform.
First multi-tenant industrial acquisition: Corporate 44 Business Park, Bldgs 1-3
First industrial development completed: I-170 Distribution Centre.
Development begins on first industrial portfolio: Corporate 44 Business Park, Bldgs 4-7
Summit sells Corporate 44 Business Park at the highest price per square foot in the history of St. Louis.
Mark Billeaud joins to build out the Fund Platform.
Developed Des Peres Corners Shopping Center
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund I launched.
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund I final close.
Bruce Sokolik joins as CFO.
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund I fully deployed.
Robert Schoelch joins as COO.
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund II launched.
Acquired and redeveloped St. Louis Business Center, an infill, office/warehouse complex.
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund II final close.
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund II fully deployed.
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund III launched.
Developed Chesterfield Entertainment Village with the opening of TopGolf.
Developed the Midwest’s largest ice complex for the St. Louis Blues NHL Practice Facility.
Summit and The Carlyle Group’s Metropolitan Real Estate Partner on U.S. Industrial Opportunities.
Arrowrock Income & Growth Fund III final close.
Arrowrock US Industrial Fund IV launched.