((L-R) Alisha Wiater and Dinah Green | Photos courtesy of Northwest Key Commercial Real Estate & Property Management)
Barre3 Bend Announces Relocation to New Space with the Help of Commercial Broker Dinah Green of Northwest Key
It isn’t often enough that women-owned businesses get to work together in commercial real estate. Barre3 Bend, owned by Alisha Wiater, recently announced that they would be moving to a larger and more centrally located studio space in the Old Mill District. Wiater shared the news and her excitement to have worked with broker Dinah Green from woman-owned commercial real estate and property management firm Northwest Key based in Bend.
“Dinah was a part of our instructor team, and she is very familiar with Barre3 Bend,” Wiater said. “Yet, that did not stop her from striving to discover my needs for the studio. She listened, and I felt that she had my best interests at heart. Dinah was also there to help me imagine the future of the new studio space and assist me through the components involved in signing a new lease. Working with a female broker was empowering and allowed me to feel comfortable in the world of commercial real estate. Dinah is professional, calm and confident.”
The team at Northwest Key, led by owner and principal broker, Amy Cecil, believes deeply in supporting other women-owned businesses and fostering a welcoming and transparent environment in the Central Oregon commercial real estate community.
“Having worked in commercial real estate for several years, as a woman broker, mentored by a woman broker, I feel impassioned to support women business owners and create an open and welcoming environment for women in our industry,” said Green. “It’s wonderful to see business owners like Alisha and Barre3 Bend thrive. I’m proud to have her as a client.”
The renovations of the new Barre3 Bend space are now underway, and you will soon be able to visit the studio in the Old Mill District, next door to Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe.