News Office Leasing: Charlotte Deal Sheet

Sep 18, 2013

Steel Yard // The Steel Yard continues its leasing success with several new tenants and renewals. 1900 Steel Yard welcomes Presidio Network Solutions (represented by UGL Equis’ Vern Anderson), Reach Local (represented by Studley’s Tom Pappas), SANDirect, and Gazelles Systems (represented by Charles Knox of The Knox Group). 1928 Steel Yard is now home to RDK Engineering (represented by Michael Dalton with Cassidy Turley), and The O’Leary Group renewed their lease in the building. Trinity Partners’ Rhea Greene represented the landlord, a partnership between CenterSquare (formerly Urdang) and Trinity Capital Advisors.

The Morrison Building // 2,132 RSF leased to Digital Insurance. Trinity Partners’ Rhea Green represented the building’s owner, The Lionstone Group, and JLL’s Chris Schaaf represented the tenant. The transaction brings the iconic SouthPark building to 99% occupancy.

6201 Fairview // Intelligent Buildings leased 3,248 RSF at 6201 Fairview, represented by New South Properties’ Kenny Smith. Rhea Greene represented The Lionstone Group, who owns the building.

Rexford Park II // Clearview Wealth Management, represented by Novus Commercial RE’s Jim Emmanuel, leased 1,544 SF in SouthPark’s Rexford Park II. Rhea Greene represented the Landlord, Green Street Advisors.

Roxborough // Corporate Benefit Advisors, represented by JLL’s Chase Monroe, renewed and expanded at The Roxborough Building (8,579 SF). Rhea Greene represented the landlord, The Lionstone Group.

The Johnston Building // Downtown Charlotte’s historic Johnston Building recently renewed three new tenants. Preferred Parking, Euclid Innovation, and Robert McDonnell renewed their leases. The building is currently undergoing common corridor renovations, adding new polish its historic charm. Trinity Partners’ Leah Bailey, SIOR and John Ball represented the building’s owner, 212 South Tryon Ltd. Partnership.

3 Resource Square // EMC recently renewed and expanded at the University’s 3 Resource Square. The IT storage firm was represented by Cresa’s Mark Ayers, and now occupies 22,131 SF in the building. In addition, TAC also renewed at the building. Trinity Partners’ Leah Bailey, SIOR, and John Ball represented the landlord, Daymark Realty Advisors.

The Linville Building // Trinity Partners’ John Ball recently renewed and expanded Barrister’s Title (represented by Colliers’ Brent Royall), and welcomes Apex Tool Group (represented by Robby Kirby with Merrifield Patrick Vermillion) to the Class A office building located directly across from North Lake Mall. The building is now 96% occupied.