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Aranas Pass Light Station

Did You Know: Aransas Pass Light Station

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Aransas Pass Light Station The Aransas Pass Light Station is tucked […]

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Titanic Memorial Lighthouse

Did You Know: Titanic Memorial Lighthouse

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Titanic Memorial Lighthouse One of the more unusual lighthouses in the […]

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Algoma Pierhead Lighthouse

Did You Know: Algoma Pierhead Lighthouse

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Algoma Pierhead Lighthouse The cast-iron Algoma Pierhead Lighthouse was built in […]

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Chicago Harbor Lighthouse

Did You Know: Chicago Harbor Lighthouse

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Chicago Harbor Lighthouse The Chicago Harbor Light lights the confluence of […]

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Ladies Delight Lighthouse

Did You Know: Ladies Delight Lighthouse

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Ladies Delight Lighthouse The only active inland lighthouse in Maine is […]

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Heceta Head Lighthouse

Did You Know: Heceta Head Lighthouse

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Heceta Head Lighthouse Heceta Head Lighthouse in Yachats, Oregon, has shone […]

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Sandy Hook Lighthouse Featured

Did You Know: Sandy Hook Lighthouse

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories.   Sandy Hook Lighthouse The oldest operating lighthouse in the United […]

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Five Finger Islands Light

Did You Know: Five Finger Islands Light

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Five Finger Islands Light The Five Finger Islands Light resides in […]

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Grays Harbor Lighthouse

Did You Know: Grays Harbor Lighthouse

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Every month, Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate features a lighthouse. These lighthouses have guided many a captain safely to port. These magnificent beacons and their operators are an important fabric of American industry and we simply love to share their stories. Grays Harbor Lighthouse The 107-foot Grays Harbor Lighthouse in Westport, Wash., […]

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Planning an Office Move

Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate Has Moved!

Lighthouse CRE has moved! Here at Lighthouse Commercial Real Estate, we have some exciting news: We’ve Moved! But we haven’t gone far. We’ve joined the folks at Synergy Coworking, at the corner of Old Middleton Road and Whitney Way here in Madison. For small teams of entrepreneurs, branch location/remote professionals, or solo entrepreneurs who might […]

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Did You Know: Rondout Creek Leading Light

The Rondout Creek Leading Light in Kingston, N.Y., was originally built in 1837 to mark the entrance of the Delaware and Hudson Canal, which was a major waterway for shipping coal from Pennsylvania and for travelers to New York City. The current 48-foot yellow brick beacon (unofficially called the Rondout II Lighthouse) was built in […]

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Did You Know: Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse

New Hampshire has a short Atlantic coastline — only 18 miles long — between Maine and Massachusetts, but that strip of shore has two lighthouses, one of which is the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse. The lighthouse protects the harbor of Portsmouth, which is on the Piscataqua River and is New Hampshire’s only deep water port. The […]

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Alpena Lighthouse

Did You Know: Alpena Lighthouse

The Alpena Lighthouse in Alpena, Mich., does not look like a typical lighthouse. The red tower, which marks the entrance to Thunder Bay River from Lake Huron, is thought to be the only lighthouse of its type in the U.S. A beacon has been on the site since 1875; the current tower, which is 40 […]

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Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

Did You Know: Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, on Hatteras Island in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, is one of the most recognizable lighthouses in the world, thanks to its distinctive black and white candy cane striping. The beacon was built in 1803 and its light marked the dangerous shoals of the Outer Banks. At 208 feet, it is […]

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Pilot Island Lighthouse

Did You Know: Pilot Island Light

The Pilot Island Light, on Pilot Island in the Death’s Door passage at the tip of Door County, Wis., was built in 1858 after sailors complained that a range light on Plum Island was too far from the entrance of the passage to be effective. The 41-foot beacon was constructed from Milwaukee cream brick and […]

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Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse

Did You Know: Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse

The Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse in Mackinaw City, Mich., was initially used as a fog signal; the light station wasn’t completed until 1892, two years later. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1957, after the Mackinac Bridge was completed because the lights on the bridge were considered a better beacon. The lighthouse was restored in 2000 […]

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Did You Know: Amelia Island Lighthouse

Amelia Island Lighthouse in Fernandina Beach, Fla., is the oldest lighthouse in Florida. The 64-foot-tall tower was built in 1838 in the northeastern part of the state and is still used as a navigation aid. It has never had any major reconstruction, and the Third-Order Fresnel lens that was installed in 1903 remains in use. […]

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Did You Know: Alcatraz Island Lighthouse

Alcatraz Island in California’s San Francisco Bay boasts not only the infamous prison, but also is home to the first lighthouse built on the West Coast. The first lighthouse on Alcatraz Island was 50 feet tall and was built in 1854. After it was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake, a taller, 84-foot lighthouse was constructed […]

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