Brad Doyle Promoted to Senior Broker at KDS

Brad Doyle, promoted to Senior Broker at KDS Commercial PropertiesBrad Doyle joined KDS Commercial Properties in 2007 as a broker and specializes in full-service brokerage and investment services.

“Brad’s dedication and wide range of experiences make him a critical part of KDS,” said Mike Kiriakides, KDS Principal & Broker-In-Charge. “Brad has always shared KDS’ vision to offer clients a more personalized approach to real estate solutions, and his personality and leadership skills make him the ideal broker to lead our growing team.”

Since his entry into commercial real estate in 2007, Doyle has been mentored by Kiriakides and Larry Webb, who “have been a perfect combination of expertise and professionalism in their support of me steadily developing the craft of being a commercial real estate broker.”

Doyle has developed a niche for himself in the office sector with his attention to detail in every phase of his clients’ transactions.  His clients are constantly pleased to see his tenacious efforts on their behalf and his willingness to regularly and openly communicate with them about their project’s status.  His goals are to be a consummate learner and dedicated listener as he continues to advise his clients for years to come.

Get to Know Senior Broker Brad Doyle

Why did you choose to live in Upstate South Carolina?

I was lured by a beautiful, witty, and talented woman.  When I was younger, I always told people it was going to take a lot to get me out of Chattanooga, the city I grew up in and adored.  But this girl hooked me in, so I chased her to Greenville and never looked back.  Greenville has become part of the fabric of who we are, and I moved my parents, native Tennesseeans, down here a few years ago too.

What recent real estate endeavors are the most memorable to you and why?

  • Carolinas Electrical Training Institute, who had begun a search to purchase a headquarters location for significant expansion and long-term growth in the highly-sought-after Airport Submarket of Charlotte, NC, contacted me because another broker had significantly damaged their pursuit of a prospective property.  They were running out of time.  Within a week, I helped to assemble their team of advisors:  financing, legal and architectural, and identify their ultimate destination.  The negotiation was challenging and needed steady attention to take to the finish line.
  • Stephens Psychiatry expected the path to purchasing a building in Pettigru Historic District to be straightforward.  It wasn’t until during due diligence on the property, we realized that the necessary repairs were cost-prohibitive.  The timing of this realization put us under significant time constraints for relocation due to many factors.  We were able to transition to an off-market property nearby because of the culture at KDS of networking internally to determine solutions for clients.
  • Mavin Construction had a challenging mixture of criteria driving their search for a headquarters location.  I was added to the team of advisors by my colleagues here at KDS, who had been working on their search for some time.  I identified a property that had been long overlooked in a midtown location that would suit the varied needs of a commercial construction company. This was a prime example of the KDS culture of teamwork helping to best serve our highly-sophisticated client.


What current projects are most exciting to you?

I am involved in multiple projects in the Travelers Rest submarket, right now.  That submarket has exploded in the last year or so, and to see it transform so quickly and to be a part of that effort has been exciting.

We’d like to congratulate Brad Doyle on his promotion to Senior Broker. He’s an invaluable part of the KDS Commercial Properties team, and we are proud to work alongside him each and every day to represent our clients here in Upstate South Carolina.

Learn more about our Commercial Property Management services, see available properties, or learn more about our Advisory Services. You may reach KDS Commercial Properties by phone at (864) 479-8771 or contact us online at any time.

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Brad Doyle represented Grace Church of South Carolina in leasing 6,882 SF to Davis & Floyd, Inc., an award winning engineering and architecture firm based in South Carolina.  Davis & Floyd will be consolidating into one central Greenville office following the recent acquisition of CCAD Engineering.

Bobby Miller, CCIM, and Gary Kirby represent owner of Edwards Plaza

Bobby Miller, CCIM, and Gary Kirby represented the owner of Edwards Plaza in securing a long-term lease for the property located at 3245 Wade Hampton Boulevard in Taylors to SOS Thrift Stores (SOS)   Support Outreach Services, Inc. (SOS) is a non-profit, nondenominational Christian organization (501C3) providing financial support to organizations and missionaries dedicated to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Gary Kirby represented St. John of the Ladder Church in the leasing of their property at 701 Augusta Arbor Way in Piedmont.  The 6,270-square foot facility which includes sanctuary, classroom space, offices and fellowship hall has been leased to the Donaldson Church of God.

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Bobby Miller, VP of Land Division, represented the Seller in the disposition of 1.5 acres of the 10-acre Martin’s Run Commercial Development on Harrison Bridge Road in Simpsonville.  The purchaser, Sunshine House, plans to establish a new day care facility at this location.

Bobby Miller, CCIM, represents Landlord in leasing of 1565 Laurens Road

Bobby Miller, CCIM, represented the Lambrou family in leasing 2,000SF of prime retail and office space at 1565 Laurens Road in Greenville.  The newly-updated space will house the corporate location for Ridge Media, LLC, a data-driven content creation firm based out of Greenville with a satellite office in Charleston.

Mark Masaschi, CCIM, and Mark Ratchford, MAI, represent the landlord in lease renewals for two Class A Medical Office Buildings

Mark Masaschi, CCIM, and Mark Ratchford, MAI, represented the landlord, POCPA Properties, in lease renewals for two Class A Medical Office Buildings totaling 38,165 square feet.   St. Francis Physician Services is the tenant.  The landlord was able to achieve their asset disposition goal based on the value of the lease renewals.

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