News Charlotte Office Leasing team lands four new leasing assignments

Jan 28, 2021
Charlotte Office Leasing team lands four new leasing assignments

Trinity Partners has added four new office buildings to its Charlotte leasing portfolio.

1800 Central: 26,816 SF boutique office and retail building currently under construction in Plaza Midwood, developed by Boulevard Real Estate Advisors and The Boykin Management Company.

1900 West Morehead: 20,482 SF adaptive re-use redevelopment of the former Raycom building in FreeMoreWest, owned by Beauxwright.

Packard Place: creative office building in downtown Charlotte at 222 South Church Street, across from Romare Bearden Park and home to Not Just Coffee and Ink and Ivy, owned by Packard Place Properties.

Station West: two-building, 36,000 SF adaptive re-use redevelopment at 901/919 Berryhill Road in FreeMoreWest, owned by Blue Jay Investments, LP.

“We’re truly honored to have the opportunity to add these unique buildings to our portfolio,” said Rhea Greene, Partner. “There’s no doubt that 2020 was an interesting year for our industry.,” Greene said. “Charlotte is uniquely positioned to weather the storm, as evidenced by the continued interest from real estate developers and owners, both local and across the country. These four assets have some similarities which will serve them well. They’re urban locations with walkable amenities in vibrant neighborhoods, three stories or less, with local engaged ownership.

Trinity Partners’ Charlotte office leasing team is made up of a collaborative team of industry professionals that include Greene, Jennifer Kurz (Partner), Maddy Howey (Senior Broker), Chase Merkel (Broker), and Tim Arnold (Broker). The firm’s Charlotte office leasing portfolio totals 6.4 million SF across 44 buildings, including downtown’s One South at The Plaza (formerly Bank of America Plaza) and The Carillon, South End’s Steel Yard, and south Charlotte’s Toringdon Office Park. In addition to Charlotte, the full-service commercial real estate firm has three offices across the Carolinas in Raleigh and Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina.

“These days, the question we’re most often asked is our take on the future of office and our industry. Where and how we work is certainly evolving, and while none of us have a crystal ball, we’re seeing that companies and employees will always need and benefit from accessible, collaborative space to work together and connect,” said Jennifer Kurz. “We’re eager to work with our new owners and their assets to create engaging, interesting new work environments for a diverse group of companies across the city.”