Members on the Move – December 2, 2020

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Congratulations to the following CRCBR members on their recent achievements:

Avison Young – Chris Skibinski and Henry Lobb
Evans Food Group unveiled plans for a significant expansion in the Charlotte region last month. Now, the food manufacturer has secured the land for its project. Evans Food acquired just over 20 acres for its $24 million expansion and paid $1.2 million for the land, according to Cleveland County real estate records. The land, which is vacant, will house a new facility for Evans Food that will produce tortilla chips and create 129 new jobs. Avison Young’s Chris Skibinski and Henry Lobb brokered the sales for both of the sellers. Read more.

Commercial Carolina – Robert Settle
Robert Settle with Commercial Carolina represented Epic Chophouse in the long term lease of 5,800 sf for a high end  steak house. This $2.7M project is the second location for the growing regional chain.

Commercial Carolina and Keller Williams Ballantyne – Robert Settle and Matt Hagler
Robert Settle of Commercial Carolina represented the seller, SES Ballantyne, INC. in the sale of their headquarters facility. The 15,400 sf property sold for $3.2M and closed 11/2/2020. The Buyer, Dr. Mehul Ghadia, was represented by Matt Hagler, KW Commercial.  This subject property,  a class A office property that had prior served as headquarters of Red Ventures and INVUE had multiple. The building , a class A office building, is located in South Charlotte, in the attractive Ballantyne Submarket.

Flagship Healthcare Properties
Flagship Healthcare Properties was named on CBJ’s Fast 50 List. This signature awards program ranks the Charlotte area’s fastest-growing private companies, based on a formula that reflects dollar and percentage growth in revenue during a three-year period. CBJ worked with accounting firm CliftonLarsonAllen to evaluate nominations and financial statements. Qualified companies are headquartered in the 16-county Charlotte region and had revenue of at least $1 million in 2019. Read more.

JLL – Pete Pittroff
Charlotte-based developer Beacon Partners has sold Metrolina Park, a large industrial park off Statesville Road in north Charlotte. The firm sold the park to New York-based Clarion Partners for $201 million, according to Mecklenburg County real estate records. The sale included eight buildings totaling just over 1.86 million square feet, sources told the Charlotte Business Journal. That would mean the sale netted $107.90 per square foot, significant numbers for a large industrial deal. Pete Pittroff, Patrick Nally, Travis Anderson, Jody Thornton and Dave Andrews at JLL represented the seller in the transaction. Read more.

JLL – Jaime Boast, Bryan White, and Chase Monroe
Lowe’s Cos. Inc. has listed up to 125,000 square feet of its temporary office space at Charlotte Plaza. Lowe’s is the largest tenant at Charlotte Plaza, at 201 S. College St., with about 200,728 square feet total. Jamie Boast, Bryan White and Chase Monroe at JLL are marketing the sublease opportunity at Charlotte Plaza. Read more.

Lincoln Harris – Sara Hogan
800° Woodfired Kitchen-Phillips Place has snagged a 3,000-square-foot space at Phillips Place — the brand’s first location in North Carolina. The restaurant will be located at 6815 Phillips Place Court. That space was formerly occupied in part by Restoration Hardware. Sara Hogan with Lincoln Harris represented the landlord in the transaction. Read more.

The Nichols Co – Josh Beaver
Josh Beaver with The Nichols Co. represented Tiny Gods in the transaction at 2325 Crescent Ave. Expect Tiny Gods to fill a niche in the market for high-quality jewelry curated from talented designers around the world. That building — now called The Collaborative — looks to support small business and cultivate creative ventures. It was formerly the Circa Interiors and Antiques space. Read more.

The Spectrum Companies, Cushman & Wakefield, Colliers International, JLL – Ted Lee and Dillard Williams, Matt Bowen, Dylan Kwasniewski, Conor Brennan
Three new office deals have been signed at SouthPark properties. TPV, a technology manufacturer headquartered in Hong Kong, has signed on for 10,000 square feet at The Morrison building, at 6525 Morrison Blvd., which was renovated in 2018. The office is the first East Coast operation for TPV. Hankin & Pack, a local real estate law firm, relocated to Carnegie VII this month from Selwyn Avenue. It’s leasing more than 8,000 square feet at Carnegie VII, at 5955 Carnegie Blvd. OneDigital, an Atlanta-based workplace consultant, will move to Carnegie VII in January, where it’ll occupy nearly 8,000 square feet.
Ted Lee and Dillard Williams at The Spectrum Cos. represented the landlords in the lease transactions. Matt Bowen with Cushman & Wakefield represented TPV. Dylan Kwasniewski at Colliers International represented Hankin & Pack. Conor Brennan of JLL represented OneDigital. Read more.

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