News Trinity Partners Hired to Lease and Manage 176,400 SF Industrial Portfolio

Feb 4, 2014

Charlotte, NC – February 5, 2015 – Trinity Partners has been selected to lease and manage South Point Business Park. Owned by an affiliate of GID Investment Advisers, the fDSC_0606our buildings are located in Southwest Charlotte at Carowinds Boulevard and South Tryon Street.

Trinity Partners’ William Maxwell and Eric Osterhus will handle leasing duties, with Janice Crum serving as property manager. The buildings are home to ScentAir, Burkert, and Endress + Hauser Inc. Tenants enjoy the business park environment with a true park-like setting, a distinct advantage over other business parks in the area.

“The four-building portfolio represents some of the best Class A flex product in a submarket buzzing with activity. The buildings are attractive, functional, and surrounded by mature landscaping and walking trails, so they’re truly set apart from the competitive set,” said Maxwell.

Charlotte’s new Intermodal yard and continued airport expansion have put the focus on the Southwest submarket, facilitating growth and garnering attention from developers and tenants alike.

“We’re looking forward to marketing such strong product in Charlotte’s most active submarket,” said Terry Brennan, partner and head of Trinity Partners’ Industrial Services Team. “This new assignment allows us to continue growing our business with well-established institutional players like GID.”

This new addition to Trinity Partners’ industrial portfolio comes on the heels of the firm’s recent leasing and management assignment for Stockbridge’s new 365,500 SF industrial portfolio in north Charlotte, as well as the opening of Trinity Partners’ third office in Greenville, SC.

“We’re proud of William and Eric’s work to grow our relationship with institutional owners,” said Trinity Partners’ Managing Partner Adam Colvin. “As a firm, we look forward to continued growth by expanding both our portfolio and our professional teams in Charlotte, Raleigh, and Greenville.”