Members on the Move – June 2, 2021

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Congratulations to the following CRCBR members on their recent achievements:

CBRE – Patrick Gildea and Grayson Hawkins

Real estate investment firm Asana Partners has sold three South End buildings in LoSo. The nearly 110,000-square-foot portfolio was acquired for $69 million. Patrick Gildea and Grayson Hawkins of CBRE represented Asana Partners in the transaction.

Cushman & Wakefield – Jordan McCarley and Marc Robinson

IRT Living has acquired Charlotte apartment property Solis City Park for $66.5 million. The 7.6-acre site includes 272 apartments, roughly $245,000 per unit. Earlier this year, the property saw strong lease-up, with a record high of 58 leases signed during the month of April. Marc Robinson and Jordan McCarley at Cushman & Wakefield represented Terwilliger Pappas, who developed the property, in the transaction.

Insite Properties

Charlotte-based Insite Properties has acquired Main @ Broad, a 65,000-square foot office building in Greenville, South Carolina’s downtown central business district. Insite Properties will provide property management services for the six-story office building, which includes notable tenants such as Duke Energy, EPMG, and Fidelity.

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