By Neil Lucas
President and Principal Broker Jimmy Dulin of RE/MAX Ability Plus has announced that it will be relocating its Zionsville office from its current location on the corner of Oak and 1st Street to the new building that recently began construction on Main Street, just south the new Bub’s restaurant.
Jimmy is hopeful the move will be completed by the end of March. He says the new office will provide an opportunity to create an atmosphere consistent with the company’s other offices.
RE/MAX Ability Plus will be taking approximately 4,200 sq. ft. in the new building that it will be sharing with Confectioneiress, a deli and a dry cleaners. The new office is designed to be an open concept with few walls and high open ceilings. This design is intended to promote interaction among the office’s current 16 agents/brokers and also be an open and inviting space to the public.
The office will include a café-style coffee bar that Jimmy hopes will be used by Zionsville residents to stop by for a cup of coffee and also for entertaining. In addition, the new office will have an outdoor seating area with bike racks nearby to be stocked with a few community bicycles that can be borrowed for a cruise through Zionsville.
With the additional space the new office will provide, RE/MAX Ability Plus plans on adding another three to five agents. Jimmy expects the existing office in Lebanon together with the new office in Zionsville to propel RE/MAX Ability Plus as the real estate broker with the largest market share in Boone County in 2014.