Pulliam Properties’ development of South Asheville started with one man.
As an entrepreneur during the 1960s, Winston Pulliam began to acquire land, parcel by parcel, between Biltmore Village and the Henderson County line, rightly forecasting the undeveloped region that would soon become the fastest growing area of Asheville/Buncombe County.
When Winston established Executive Realty in 1982, his foresight paid off. It was when his son Rusty took ownership in 1993, that the company’s holdings burgeoned into top-tier commercial properties positioned along what is now the booming corridor between Asheville and Hendersonville. In 1999, Rusty changed the company name to “Pulliam Properties” and moved its corporate offices into the Walden Ridge Professional Park. This move further distinguished Pulliam as a community leader. In 2002, Rusty Pulliam became the only real estate developer in Western North Carolina ever to receive Quality Forward’s Environmental Excellence Award, the highest environmental quality award in the region.
Through the years, Pulliam Properties has continued to dominate the commercial development, management, and brokerage markets in the region. Aside from its reputation and a track record of unparalleled success, what sets Pulliam Properties apart in the industry? Pulliam Properties acts as more than just a broker. As a firm providing both real estate brokerage and development of commercial properties, Pulliam Properties is uniquely equipped to provide a level of insight into development criteria and concerns that other sales-dependent brokerage and development firms in the area may lack.
Development in Western North Carolina is competitive today. As always, Pulliam Properties leads the way with the same kind of pioneering insight that launched the company’s success. With 56 combined years of development and brokerage experience, no one is more qualified than Pulliam Properties to assist businesses in establishing profitable locations in Western North Carolina.
We invite you to contact Pulliam Properties, and plan a visit to Western North Carolina to see the opportunities we have to offer.