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Alaska's largest commercial brokerage company will close doors

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Bond, Stephens & Johnson, Alaska’s largest commercial brokerage company, has announced that it will cease operations on Jan. 31.   

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The company was formed in 1992 by Stuart Bond, Chris Stephens and Greg Johnson to offer an exclusive commercial brokerage with a high level of service.

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The firm grew to include 13 commercial brokers and handled the majority of commercial transactions in Alaska.  In 2009, Alaska Business Monthly named Bond, Stephens & Johnson one of the top 100 Alaska companies.

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Bond will be continuing his practice at his new company, Bond Commercial Properties. Chris Stephens is establishing Chris Stephens Commercial Brokerage. Greg Johnson will be the broker/manager at Jack White Commercial Real Estate. 




BS&J press release