Advances in technology have transformed the way businesses operate and engage with their customers, and the parking industry – while it may appear as simple as asphalt and acreage – is quite complex and sophisticated. Chavez Properties is making digital advancements a priority and is investing more than $2 million to enhance its airport and urban parking infrastructures.
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Chavez Properties recently purchased 29 acres of land near the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) to expand the national footprint of its off-airport parking portfolio. Pittsburgh Fast Park will introduce the company’s signature service to the market near the airport. The facility will feature more than 2,500 parking spaces and all the hallmarks of the Fast […]
Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Randy Tucker addressed rumors of an imminent move of a Greyhound bus station, which occupies 2.5 acres of property purchased by Chavez Properties in 2021. Martin Chavez II, asset manager for the family-owned company, cited long-range goals and strategic repositioning of the property to achieve higher and better use potential. Read the […]
Latest Chavez Properties Acquisition Secures Land for Future Expansion at Houston’s Fast Park & Relax at William P. Hobby International Airport
Chavez Properties has purchased more than 212,000 sq. ft. along Panair St. to enable expansion at its off-airport parking facility servicing William P. Hobby International Airport (HOU). Hobby Fast Park & Relax, a leading long-term parking partner of travelers flying out of HOU, currently features nearly 2,000 spaces with premier amenities such as covered parking, […]
Cincinnati’s ABC Affiliate Reports on Chavez Properties’ Land-Banking Activity in the City’s Urban Core
WCPO’s Dan Monk interviewed Martin Chavez and Melanie Chavez about the family-owned company’s recent acquisition of land that held a former Greyhound bus terminal. Located adjacent to a Hard Rock Casino, Monk cites Chavez Properties’ history of securing strategic real estate investments for attractive repositioning. Read the full report.
Chavez Properties has added nearly 2.5 acres to its real estate portfolio in downtown Cincinnati. The property, located at 1005 Gilbert Ave., is accessible by both Gilbert and E. Court St. and borders the Hard Rock Casino parking garage. Martin Chavez II – an Asset Manager with the company who oversees non-parking, transitional properties – […]
Chavez Properties Rolls Out Contactless Payment Technology at All Fast Park Facilities around the U.S.
As new technology is introduced to the marketplace, Chavez Properties makes it a priority to investigate its uses and benefits for both its urban and near-airport parking operations. While the company has offered mobile capabilities for years for travelers using its Fast Park facilities servicing airports around the country, Chavez Properties made contactless technology a […]
As COVID-19 took its toll on the travel industry, causing parking facilities serving airports around the United States to close, Chavez Properties’ near-airport parking business braced for impact … and for opportunity. Upon learning that competitor WallyPark was ceasing operations in the market, the team quickly began to explore partnership opportunities to increase its reach […]
Marks first gubernatorial appointment to Airport Board since taking office. September 9, 2020 – Cincinnati, OH – Dale Losey, Chief Financial Officer for Chavez Properties, has been appointed by Gov. Andy Beshear to the Kenton County Airport Board, operator of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). The Airport Board oversees the entire operation of the […]
Chavez Properties expanded its assets near Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport with the purchase of properties located at 5144 and 5150 S. Third Street. The two buildings, which collectively total nearly 36,000 square feet, currently are being used as warehouse space for three tenants. Chavez Properties owns and operates the airport’s leading offsite airport parking […]