Habecker, Shealy Named Associates At Beacon Partners
Two CRCBR members picked up promotions at Beacon Partners recently.
Alex Habecker has joined Beacon Partners as an Associate. Habecker will be responsible for leasing and marketing Atando Business Park, a 1.1-million square foot industrial park in Charlotte. He will also assist the industrial team with leasing Beacon’s existing portfolio and pursuing new acquisition opportunities.
A graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, Habecker earned a degree in accounting and business management. After graduating, he spent over eight years combined with the Airborne Division of the Army in Fayetteville and as Commander, Operational Detachment – Alpha at 7th Special Forces Group in Destin, Fla.
Claire Shealy has joined Beacon Partners as an Associate. Her focus will be working with the office team to lease and market Beacon’s 800,000-square-foot office portfolio, as well as pursuing the company’s future office developments and acquisitions. Shealy received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia. After living for three years in Atlanta, where she worked for a non-profit startup and a fine jewelry company, the North Carolina native returned to receive a master’s degree from the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Spectrum Companies To Lease Out Carson South End Project
The Spectrum Companies will handle all leasing for South End project Carson & Tryon, a mixed-use project under development. According to The Charlotte Business Journal, the building is a 31-story, mixed-use tower that will include nearly 560,000 square feet of office space, 10,000 square feet of retail space, 190 Novel-branded apartments, and a 200-room hotel.
Spectrum managing director Virginia Luther and senior director of leasing Maddy Howey, also CRCBR members, are part of the leasing team.
Snowden, Hanna Help in Sale of Westinghouse Building
Foundry Commercial’s Warren Snowden and David Hanna, both CRCBR members, helped in the purchase of an industrial facility in southwest Charlotte for $13.5 million,
According to The Charlotte Business Journal, Snowden and Hanna represented Edgewater Ventures and Stockbridge Capital Group in the transaction.
The Boy Scouts of America sold the 152,852-square-foot building, but will operate the facility as a national distribution center.
Colliers Trio, CRCBR Members Lease Brookshire Property
Colliers Industrial is pleased to announce the lease of this 8,350 SF building at 6017 Brookshire Blvd in northwest Charlotte. Justin L. Smith and Gregory Gosselin assisted the local owner in the lease of the I-2 property. Colliers agent John Ellis represented the tenant.
CBCBR’s Hamer Part Of 10-Year Lease Deal in SC
NewLeaf Broker in Charge Morgan Hamer recently closed a 10-year lease deal at the RedStone shopping center in Indian Land, SC. NewLeaf Commercial Real Estate exclusively represented the tenant. Hamer announced the sale on LinkedIn.
MPV Properties Duo Brings Chicken Fast Food Location to Carolinas
CRCBR members Joey Morganthall and Robbie Adams of MPV Properties were part of a move bringing another Super Chix Chicken and Custard to the Carolinas.
“We are incredibly excited to bring a delicious new restaurant concept to RedStone,” Morganthall said in a press release. “Super Chix Chicken & Custard has something for everyone, from chicken sandwiches, salads, tenders, and premium frozen custard.”
The fast-food chain will lease Suite A-1, a 2,868 SF space at the shopping mall, located at Hwy 521 and Hwy 160 in Indian Land, SC. The fast/casual restaurant plans on an opening later this year. This will be Super Chix’s second location in the Charlotte metro area. The first was in Fort Mill.
Morganthall and Adams represented the developer and the tenant in this transaction.
CRCBR President On Top 150 List
Commercial Real Estate Influencers (CREi) named CRCBR board president Brett Gray to the list for the second straight year (#25). Gray, a managing principal at Cushman & Wakefield, made his announcement on LinkedIn in late June.