News StationWest, Office / Retail Adaptive Re-Use Redevelopment, Coming to FreeMoreWest

Feb 5, 2021
StationWest, Office / Retail Adaptive Re-Use Redevelopment, Coming to FreeMoreWest

StationWest, a new office and retail redevelopment located at 901 & 919 Berryhill Road in Charlotte’s FreeMoreWest is currently under construction and set for completion this summer. Owned and redeveloped by Blue Jay Investments, the Class-A project is set to be an innovative urban mixed-use commercial and event space ready for tenant upfit this April.

StationWest sits on 2.75 AC in the heart of FreeMoreWest, a historic neighborhood that has recently seen a surge in new office and retail projects and redevelopments. The property is less than 1.5 miles from downtown Charlotte and provides easy access to Interstates 277 & 77 and great views of the city.

The redevelopment consists of two buildings, 901 & 919 Berryhill Road. 901 Berryhill Road makes up 37,250 SF of office / retail available for lease. 919 Berryhill Road is a 29,480 SF space with 13,651 SF of office / retail available for lease. Current tenants at StationWest include Delectables by Holly (full-service catering firm), Main Street Properties & Development (custom homebuilder), DPR Associates (landscape design firm), and Backdrop Coffee House.

The Mixing Yard, the paved and grassed area that connects 901 and 919 Berryhill Road, will serve as a shared outdoor multi-purpose tenant space that can be activated by tenants or the public. The outdoor space features terraced seating, a food truck zone, moveable furniture to accommodate different types of groups and events, and views of the neighboring concrete plant and downtown Charlotte.

Trinity Partners’ Chase Merkel and Rhea Greene are responsible for leasing duties on behalf of ownership.

“You can already feel the energy at StationWest,” said Greene. “The sense of community among existing tenants coupled with the unique space and outdoor gathering area is like nothing I’ve seen, and prospects are responding well to the concept.”