SouthPark’s 6201 Fairview Sells to its Newest Tenant; Trinity Retains Leasing & Earns Management

Molly Carroll

 

SouthPark's 6201 Fairview Building
SouthPark’s 6201 Fairview Building

The Daniels Company recently purchased SouthPark’s iconic 6201 Fairview and will occupy 7,800 SF in their new building. Trinity Partners’ Dunn Mileham brokered the deal on behalf of the building’s owner, an affiliate of The Lionstone Group, a client of Trinity’s since 2005.

Trinity Partners’ Rhea Greene, who leases 6201 Fairview on behalf of the landlord, was originally working The Daniels Company to lease space within the building when they decided they were interested in purchasing it. CBRE’s Mike Fahey and Barney Earles served as The Daniels Company’s brokers.

“6201 Fairview is such a recognizable SouthPark building, at the corner of Fairview and Barclay Downs,” said Mileham. “With SouthPark’s occupancy tightening significantly over recent months, the sale presented the ideal investment opportunity for The Daniels Company.”

The Daniels Company is a green technology and engineering company focused on the process of cleaning dirty coal. In 2012, the company merged with Beijing Guohua Technology Group to form the multi-national GT Global, headquartered in Beijing, China. The Daniels Company worked extensively with Eileen Cai, the Charlotte Chamber’s Vice President of Economic Development for the Asian Sector, in their search for a Charlotte office location.

Rhea Greene will continue to lease the building. The Daniels Company awarded property management duties to Trinity Partners, with James Hollins taking over management responsibilities, assisted by Erin Wemple.

“This is one of those great transactions where our platforms blended seamlessly as everyone worked together to close the deal,” said Adam Colvin, Trinity’s Managing Partner. “And to have the new owner retain Rhea to lease the building while bringing us on board to manage the property; that’s a fantastic endorsement for the team. We’re really proud of everyone involved.”