“I am supporter of the DMA Mission and what they stand for,” said Scott Henselman our Featured Partner for this month.

Henselman Realty was formed in 1982. Scott Henselman is the Principal Broker and founder, Leesa Henselman (Scott’s wife) is the Office Manager, and Marino Rossi is the Leasing Broker and Property Manager. Their office is in the historic Goldy Building at 107 East Main Street. 

Scott is a fourth generation native of Medford and has lived here most of his life. He attended local schools, OSU and SOU, and has availed himself of a long list of educational opportunities in real estate management.  He has been involved in Medford civic affairs over the years as a member of a variety of different committees for the City of Medford, including the Parking Commission, the Downtown Revitalization Committee, and the Landmarks and Historic Commission; and has been active in the Southern Oregon Historical Society and Rotary. 

In addition to the Goldy Building, which they own, HRM manages over 35 projects in Southern Oregon. 

Among the Downtown Medford buildings that they manage are The Phipps Building at 225 East Main, The Hoover-Cooper Building at 232 East Main, The Warner Gore Building at 301 East Main, The Barnum Building at 319 East Main, and The Sparta Building at 401 East Main. HRM customizes management services to the needs of the building owners, but basic services include collection of rents, payment of invoices and bills, leasing of spaces, and awarding contracts for services. They have supervised or contracted a number of historic renovation projects, including the Sparta Building, The Davis Building, the Hoover-Cooper Building, and The Warner Gore Building. Their most recent renovation is the upstairs of the Barnum Building, which currently houses Studio Priv’e Pilates, Sara Miller LMFT, and Thomas Tattoo, and features a small outdoor balcony overlooking Middleford Alley.

“I like what DMA stands for and that they work to enhance beauty, safety, security, and business – things that create a positive image – in Downtown Medford. I feel that DMA should get the City to do more things that cities generally do as far as safety and promotion of our downtown,” said Scott. 

As DMA Board President EJ McManus said, when announcing our 2023 Pioneer Award Winner, “Recognition is given to Scott and his company for steadfast dedication to enhancing historic buildings and for their contribution to maintaining the distinctive character of our city’s downtown. Their generous support for beautification projects has helped to successfully transform the downtown area into an inviting, aesthetically pleasing, and vibrant space for both locals and visitors.”

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