CHARLOTTE — Commercial real estate company Collett today said it is now handling leasing and property management for two shopping centers in the Charlotte area: Renaissance Square in Davidson and Catawba Village in Charlotte.
Charlotte-based Collett said Entry Point Capital of Stamford, Conn., picked it for the job.
Renaissance Square features 80,468 square feet. The mixed-use project is home to a Harris Teeter and includes other inline tenants, including a UPS Store, Subway, Snap Fitness, Northeast Pediatric Dentistry and a liquor store, according to Collett. Catawba Village features 56,840 square feet and a Food Lion, Bamboo Garden, T.H. Nail Spa and Fox Pizza.
Collett was founded in 1987.
According to the company, it added 10 brokers during the past two years. The company said it employs 40 real estate professionals, manages roughly 6 million square feet of commercial space in eight states and has developed more than 95 projects totaling 14 million square feet. The firm’s services include strategic asset management, development, construction management, accounting, lease administration and investment sales brokerage.