The Ackerberg Group is a privately held organization of real estate related development, investment, and management activities. We have substantial experience in designing, constructing, renovating, financing, and operating commercial and residential projects. For over 40 years the company has developed, owned and/or renovated in excess of 4,000 apartments or condominium units and over 7 million square feet of retail, office and industrial property.
The Ackerberg Group provides start-to-finish project commitment and service. We are a diverse, well-rounded, experienced, creative and knowledgeable real estate group, and in engaging our services, your real estate project will have a hands-on team approach. The Ackerberg Group has the ability to handle all sizes and types of real estate transactions. Whether buyer or seller, municipality, corporation or individual, landlord or tenant; each of our clients has their own unique and specific real estate requirements. Based on an assessment of the client’s particular and specific requirements, we tailor a strategy to provide those services necessary to successfully achieve the client’s objective. This may involve one, two or perhaps several disciplines, seamlessly provided by our team of professionals.
An intimate understanding of neighborhood trends, commercial demand and market values are coupled with active company or employee participation and on-going professional development through such professional organizations as:
- Urban Land Institute (ULI)
- Minnesota Commercial Association of Realtors (MNCAR)
- Minnesota Shopping Center Association (MSCA)
- National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP)
- Uptown Association
- Lyn-Lake Business Association
- Lake Street Council
The Ackerberg Group upholds three guiding principles that shape the structure of each and every client interaction:
- Each and every transaction and partnership must create the best possible opportunity for the client based on sound analysis, shrewd negotiating and bottom-line results.
- Each and every space and built environment must enhance the quality of life for all those that lease, work, live, shop, visit and transact business in those environments.
- Each and every space must be managed in relationship to its neighborhood in order to ensure a positive contribution to the sustainability, quality-of-life and aesthetics to that particular community and the city as a whole.