PRG has grown from a niche company to a regional leader in providing exceptional commercial and investment real estate services. PRG offers a diverse team of professionals enabling us to uniquely capitalize on our depth of experiences and relationships to build wealth for our private and institutional clients.

PRG implements aggressive, disciplined strategies and calls on all of our energies, experiences and relationships to achieve outstanding results for our real estate clients and affiliated partners. Whether it’s our local market intelligence, brokerage & sales services, investments services, advisory services or asset management, our commitment to excellence is paramount.

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PRG is one of Kentucky’s leading commercial real estate brokerage firms. Through our unique approach as a “boutique” brokerage firm, we are able to offer our clients the highest level of service with distinct competitive advantage by maximizing on our efficiencies to focus on client specific needs.

Whether you are a buyer, seller, landlord, tenant, user or developer of commercial real estate, we tailor our services to your specialized needs. We focus on all asset classes, including, but not limited to, apartments, retail centers, office buildings, self-storage and developable land.  We achieve our clients’ goals through a collaborative, team-based approached with our staff of highly skilled and experienced professionals deploying targeted, specialized marketing and advisory services together with the use of our extensive, proprietary database and platforms.


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PRG is one of the region’s leading firms specializing in providing brokerage, management and advisory services to financial institutions, delivering unmatched services to our bank clients enabling them to proactively address real estate issues. PRG serves as the exclusive “brokerage firm of choice” for the disposition of numerous bank-owned and distressed commercial properties. PRG also provides a wide array of consulting and advisory services for commercial and investment property projects, including valuations, receiverships, and general strategic consulting.

In addition, PRG provides best-in-market property and asset management services via a very proactive, hands-on approach to building and preserving value and wealth in real estate.

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As a privately held, boutique firm, we are well positioned to exceed our clients’ needs and goals by implementing a well-rounded but highly focused business model maximizing our efficiencies to best benefit our clients.

Fred Sutterlin
Fred SutterlinCEO & Chairman
Office: (502) 365-3840

Fred Sutterlin is the Founder, CEO & Chairman of Pinnacle Realty Group, LLC and PRG Commercial Property Advisors (collectively, “PRG”), overseeing all aspects the company’s strategic planning, growth, investment advisory and brokerage activities. He began his real estate career as an attorney practicing with a large regional law firm representing clients in a variety of business, real estate and corporate matters. Prior to forming PRG, he served as General Counsel and Director of Commercial Real Estate Services with Williamson Commercial Group, Inc. Fred holds a BA in Economics from Washington and Lee University, a J.D. from the University of Louisville School of Law and an MBA from Emory University Goizueta Business School. As the managing principal of PRG, Fred has successfully represented clients and investors in the acquisition and disposition of multi-million dollar investment and commercial real estate assets. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, a member of the American, Kentucky and Louisville Bar Associations, a member of the National and Kentucky Association of Realtors, a founding principal in Pinnacle Capital Partners, and a founding member of Angel Capital Group – Charleston. Fred was also selected as one of Business First Louisville’s Forty under 40 in 2006, and served on Governor Steven L. Beshear’s transition team in 2007. Fred is a recent graduate of Leadership Charleston 2015. Fred previously served two terms on the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross, Louisville Chapter, and the Kentucky Sports Authority Board of Directors. Fred currently serves as a Director of Farmers Capital Bank Corporation.

Reed Weinberg
Reed WeinbergPresident and Principal
Office: (502) 365-3840

Reed is the president and a principal of PRG Commercial Property Advisors. He oversees all aspects of the company’s brokerage and investment operations, including the management of PRG’s team of sales associates. Reed has developed a proven track record with almost 20 years of experience in brokerage, investment and property management. His expertise encompasses all areas of the market and includes any type of commercial property, including apartment complexes, raw land, office buildings and retail strip centers. As the founder and president of RBW Real Estate Group (, he also has extensive experience and success in syndicating real estate investment deals. In the syndication process, he serves as a principal who identifies opportunities, formulates the partnership, oversees the due diligence and closing process, and the subsequent management of the asset. He previously worked at the Jenco Group, one of the largest urban retail real estate developers in Washington, DC. Reed was formerly selected as one of Business First of Louisville’s 40 under 40, and is a 2015 inductee into the Midwest Commercial Real Estate Journal’s Hall of Fame.
David Kern
David Kern Vice President
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 552-4955
Dave Kern joined PRG in 2010 after a successful career in the public sector as a management and fundraising professional. He was the founder and director of two nonprofit organizations that served the homeless and arts communities respectively. In 2001 he founded 11:11, Inc., in order to provide art therapy and art supplies for homeless children in Louisville. He established The Homeless Benefit Ball to serve as the organization’s primary annual fundraiser in support of these services. In 2004, Dave founded the New Center for Contemporary Art, a non-profit exhibition space where our community directly experienced the best in regional, national and international contemporary art. He then went on to serve as Executive Director of The Historic Homes Foundation where he oversaw the management, operation, and preservation of Louisville’s Farmington Plantation, Whitehall House and Gardens, and Thomas Edison House. In 2008, he joined Bruce Lunsford’s U.S. Senate Campaign as its Louisville Finance Director. Dave grew up in Massachusetts and attended Providence.
Tyler Smith, CCIM
Tyler Smith, CCIMExecutive Vice President
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 558-8078
Tyler Smith, CCIM serves as Executive Vice President for PRG Commercial Property Advisors overseeing all office and retail property leasing and investment sales. Tyler started his career as a broker for Hoagland Commercial Realtors, then in 2010 he joined Faulkner Real Estate Corporation where he worked for over 3 years as a leasing specialist with the responsibility of attracting new tenants and retaining over 500 tenants for a portfolio of assets totaling over 2.2 million square feet for several large landlord clients. Tyler has completed many sizable transactions with tenants such as Charter Communications, Ventas Realty, Schneider Electric, AEGON/Transamerica, Hilliard Lyons, Jefferson National Financial, Crown Castle International, Summit Energy, Norton Healthcare, KentuckyOne Health, Time Warner Cable, Northwestern Mutual, and many more on behalf of his landlord clients. He has extensive experience in the Louisville market in both leasing and selling user and investor properties. Tyler’s resume includes over $75 million of lease and disposition transactions since 2012. Tyler is currently the Vice President of the CCIM Kentucky Chapter, the past-president of YREP Louisville, a Director for the board of Kentucky Commercial Real Estate Alliance, and is on the advisory board for Louisville City FC. Tyler holds the highly coveted CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) designation that marks him as a recognized expert in the commercial and investment real estate industry.
Louisa Lewandowski
Louisa LewandowskiAssociate
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 296-8916
Louisa Rietze Lewandowski is an Investment Sales Associate with PRG. She joined the firm after a successful 14 year career in mortgage lending. She is well versed in the local commercial real estate market representing buyers and sellers of commercial property including multifamily, land, office, and retail. Prior to joining PRG, Louisa owned Guidance Mortgage Group with her sister/business partner for ten years. She worked in the mortgage lending department for US Bank for the past three years. While at US Bank, Louisa was recognized as a top 10% producer on a regular basis and ended 2013 as part of the top 20% of loan originators nationwide. Louisa has vast knowledge in the local real estate market and is proud to bring her experience and stellar customer service to PRG Investments. Louisa is a graduate of Louisville Collegiate School and earned her bachelor’s degree from the College of Charleston.
Kim Meehan
Kim MeehanAssociate
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 298-3559
Kim Rietze Meehan is an Investment Sales Associate with PRG. She joined the firm after a successful 17 year career in mortgage lending. She is well versed in the local commercial real estate market representing buyers and sellers of commercial property including multifamily, land, office, and retail. Prior to joining PRG, Kim owned Guidance Mortgage Group with her sister/business partner for ten years. She worked in the mortgage lending department for US Bank for the past three years. While at US Bank, Kim was chosen to work with the bank’s Wealth Management clientele; making her a part of the elite group of 10% of the loan originators in the corporation nationwide. Kim’s unique business experience makes her move into commercial real estate a natural transition. Kim is a graduate from Ballard High School and earned her bachelor’s degree from Clemson University.
Sameer Aziz
Sameer AzizAssociate
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 741-4029
Sameer Aziz serves as an Investment Sales and Leasing Specialist for PRG Commercial Property Advisors. Sameer specializes in all asset classes of commercial real estate, and assists clients in both sales and leasing transactions. He started his career out of college in the mortgage/financial lending industry, working for major commercial banks such as US Bank, Wells Fargo, and PNC. After helping numerous clients and investing in real estate himself, he quickly determined commercial real estate was his focus and passion, then quickly made the transition. Sameer is an alumni of the University of Louisville, and is a big Cards fan! In his free time, he enjoys going to sporting events, playing basketball and tennis, and spending time with family and friends.
Blythe Barry
Blythe BarryAssociate
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 314-9697
Blythe Barry is an Investment Sales and Leasing Specialist for PRG Commercial Property Advisors. Since 2002 she has been a commercial real estate investor, focusing primarily on retail and office space. Blythe’s experience and knowledge as a commercial property investor and manager made her move to commercial sales and leasing a natural choice. She currently represents buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants. Blythe is licensed to conduct real estate transactions in Kentucky and Indiana. A Louisville native, she is a graduate of Manual High School and the University of California San Diego.
Amador Delatorre
Amador DelatorreAssociate
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 475-4464
It could be said that real estate is in Amador’s genes and what he is most passionate about.  Growing up in Southern California working for the family business, he experienced firsthand how to make smart and savvy investment decisions. Having owned and operated his first multi-unit property right out of college, Amador quickly acquired key skills on how to effectively manage properties on a budget.
Anticipating the west coast market adjustment, Amador chose to relocate and invest in Louisville in 2007. “The biggest attraction for me was not only the affordability, but the quality and livability of the city” and Louisville quickly changed from being a place to invest to a place to call home.
As a downtown Louisville resident, Amador not only understands the downtown market, but is involved in its development by actively participated in downtown development focus groups, downtown resident associations, and works closely with real estate investors.  In addition, having relocated to Louisville with no personal connections, he understands how important it is to not only find a place to live, but to connect to the community.  So in 2009, he co-founded a social networking group called New2Lou which hosts monthly socials for Louisville newcomers.
Amador clients are some of the most successful and knowledgeable buyers and sellers in Louisville. That’s because he actively listens and is committed to delivering clients the tools necessary to achieve their goals. His belief is that knowledge of today’s market leads to good decisions.  “My success is measured only by the success of my clients.”
Languages: English & Spanish

“The 20th Century was about getting around.  The 21st Century will be about staying in a place worth staying in.” – Jim Kunstler

Taylor M. Thompson
Taylor M. ThompsonAssociate
Office: (502) 365-3840
Mobile: (502) 649-8616
Taylor Thompson is a lifelong Louisvillian who attended Louisville Collegiate School and Western Kentucky University, where he played Division One NCAA college golf. He is passionate in helping to facilitate the growth of the city and its local business environment. Having lived here all his life, Taylor has deep connections and a strong understanding of the Louisville market and the needs of local businesses and commercial real estate users. His market knowledge is a great asset to him as he looks to serve his clients to meet their needs and exceed their expectations.
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