Founded in 1991, Stephen C. Gault Co. is a full-service commercial real estate brokerage company specializing in the sales and leasing of industrial real estate. Whether you need to lease, purchase, or sell an industrial property, Stephen C. Gault Co. can find the ideal solution for you.
We represent tenants, landlords, users and investors in their search for industrial real estate projects and properties. Warehouses, industrial land, or manufacturing buildings — we have the expertise and experience to get the job done.
945 S. 13th Street
164,528 SF on 8.6 Acres
Stephen C. Gault Co. represented Baton, LLC in its multi-county search for a 100,000 SF manufacturing facility to accommodate its rapidly expanding production needs. Following inspections and careful reviews of multiple facilities, we negotiated a lease/purchase transaction which enabled Baton to take immediate occupancy and secure desired economic incentives.
2501 Ampere Drive (Bluegrass Commerce Center)
109,255 SF on 7.6 Acres
Following a thorough comparative cost analysis of a proposed addition at KYANA’s existing facility vs. the cost to acquire and renovate 2501 Ampere Drive, KYANA elected to purchase this property and complete the renovation at considerable savings.
2000 Stanley Gault Parkway (Eastpoint Business Center)
240,000 SF on 16 Acres
Built in 1999 for Lear Seating by Gault-Marsh Development, this 240,000 SF manufacturing/warehouse facility was leased in 2012 to Faurecia, a French auto supplier that serves the Ford Motor plants in the Louisville area.
7070 International Drive (Jefferson Riverport International)
86,100 SF on 6.8 Acres
Stephen C. Gault Co. represented Mann + Hummel, a German manufacturer of industrial filters, in the sale of this state-of-the-art, crane-served manufacturing facility to Kentucky Trailer.
418 E. Main Street
88,000 SF on 1.97 Acres
This multi-story, older manufacturing facility, located in Louisville’s urban redevelopment epicenter, was sold to an investment partnership as the future home of a downtown, mixed-use tower.
Founder and President of Stephen C. Gault Co.
Steve founded the Stephen C. Gault Co. in May, 1991 to offer industrial real estate services to the Louisville community. Beginning in 1976, he served for 15 years as broker at Cassidy Turley/Harry K. Moore Co.
He is an Active Industrial Member of SIOR (Society of Industrial and Office Realtors) , a member of the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors, and co-chair of the Commercial Council of the Home Builders Association of Louisville.
Active in the community, he was named the 2001 Recipient of the March of Dimes Commercial Real Estate Achievement Award. Steve is a Trustee of the College of Wooster, and serves on the boards of The Morton Center, the Louisville Free Public Library Foundation, Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI); and NUCLEUS.
Industrial Associate, Stephen C. Gault Co.
Dalton joined Stephen C. Gault Co. in 2005 following his completion of the MBA program at Bellarmine University. While at Bellarmine, he worked in the highly competitive office equipment industry as a top-ranked sales manager for Imagistics International.
Dalton has achieved both his CCIM and SIOR designations and is licensed in both Kentucky and Indiana. Representing tenants and landlords, buyers and sellers, his primary focus is on the sales and leasing of industrial properties including distribution centers, manufacturing facilities, industrial investment properties and industrial land.
In January of 2010, Dalton was awarded the Young Real Estate Professionals of Louisville Building Block Award, given to up-and-coming commercial real estate professionals for professional and civic achievements and recognized by Business First as a 2014 Commercial Real Estate Award Finalist.
Currently Dalton serves as a director on the Kentucky CCIM Chapter and as a director on the Kentucky Commercial Real Estate Alliance.
Broker Associate, Stephen C. Gault Co.
Larry is a 25 year veteran of the Kentucky and Southern Indiana industrial real estate market. Having worked with Steve Gault in the 1980’s, he accepted the invitation to join the firm.
He has expertise in development land and the sale and leasing of industrial properties, including warehouse, manufacturing and flex space. Larry has also been active in tenant and buyer representation over.
A native Louisvillian, he lived in Richmond, Virginia during his school and college years. He attended The Citadel and the University of Richmond, and has taken several graduate courses at Bellarmine University.
His community involvement includes serving as a board member and past president of Family & Children First; the Commercial/Industrial and the Government Affairs Committees of the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors; Habitat for Humanity; and active membership in St. Francis In the Fields Episcopal Church.
Larry received the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors Commercial Realtor of the Year award in 2008.
Vice President of Stephen C. Gault Co. and Manager of Gault-Marsh Development
Charlie manages Gault-Marsh Development, formed in 1993 to develop business parks in the Louisville Metro area, including Watterson Business Park (50 acres), Eastpoint Business Center (600 acres), and Southpoint Business Center (40 acres). Additionally, Charlie has handled some major industrial build-to-suit, sale and lease transactions.
Charlie previously held various management assignments at United States Steel in operations, project management and sales in Birmingham, AL, Pittsburgh, PA, and Louisville, KY.
He is a member of the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors and graduate of Vanderbilt University. He currently serves as board chair of the Louisville Nature Center and previously served on the boards of Innovative Productivity, Harvey Browne Preschool and the Riverport Business Association.
Marilyn manages the Stephen C. Gault Co. office and provides support services for all associates.
Grace handles the administrative and accounting functions for Stephen C. Gault Co., Gault Development, LLC and all Gault-Marsh entities.
The mission of The Morton Center is to restore the health of individuals and families struggling with alcoholism and other addictions by providing specialized counseling and educational services. To learn more about The Morton Center, please visit: TheMortonCenter.org
Louisville Nature Center began as a way to encourage tourism and local exploration as well as a way to feature local artists and generate civic pride.There have been two Louisville Nature Center events thus far, once in 1844 and another in 1921 with a third event planned for 2015. After their time on display, the Louisville Nature Center pigeons are auctioned with the money raised going towards community beautification projects. The Steve C. Gault Co. is honored to have the pleasure of displaying the pigeons pictured in front of their offices. To learn more about Louisville Nature Center, please visit: LouisvilleNatureCenter.org
The Library Foundation enhances the Louisville Free Public Library’s mission of providing the people of Metro Louisville with the broadest possible access to knowledge, ideas, and information, and to support them in their pursuit of learning. Since its founding in 1980, the Foundation has provided funding to build the library’s collections, to expand technology, and to support vital library programs, services, projects, such as the Summer Reading Program, librarian scholarships, The Job Shop, the new Newburg branch library, and the Landmark Initiative to restore and renovate the historic Main Library. To learn more about The Library Foundation and how you can get involved please visit: LFPLFoundation.org
Olmsted Parks Conservancy strives to restore, enhance and forever protect Louisville’s system of 18 parks and 6 parkways, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in the late 1890’s. An investment in these historic assets is for the health, stability and safety of the entire city, allowing for projects and programs that connect nature and neighborhood while strengthening the community. Keenly focused on historic restoration, environmental protection and community well-being, the Conservancy partners with Louisville Metro Parks Department to ensure that Olmsted’s vision for Louisville is upheld, now and for the future. To learn more about Olmsted Parks Conservancy, please visit: olmstedparks.org
21st Century Parks serves as stewards entrusted to create and preserve unexcelled parklands that reflect the needs and values of our whole community. The goal of The Parklands of Floyds Fork is to build a world-class, systemic addition to Louisville’s park system; if done right, the outcome is the creation of the finest urban edge in the country. To learn more about 21st Century Parks, please visit: 21cparks.org
We are pleased to share with you awards presented to us from the Louisville Community. We take pride in our work and always appreciate when that work is recognized.
Presented to Stephen C. Gault
Inaugural Winner — This award is given annually to an outstanding individual whose commercial real estate activities and community service have significantly enhanced the Kentuckiana area.
Presented to Charles P. Marsh
Presented by Robert Pattillo Properties to individuals that exhibit exemplary teamwork.
Presented to Charles P. Marsh
The Impact Award is given for outstanding broker performance by First Industrial Realty Trust, America’s largest provider of diversified industrial real estate.
Presented to Lawrence L. Williams
Presented by the Greater Louisville Association of Realtors, a professional trade association representing more than 4,000 members involved in the real estate profession.
4011 Gardiner Point Drive, Suite 200
Louisville, Kentucky 40213-1988
Tel: (502) 451-1122
Fax: (502) 451-0722