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Beacon Partners buys former A&P bakery


Beacon Partners has acquired the Cedar Hill building at Cedar and Hill streets in Uptown.

The 65,000-square-foot building once served as a bakery for the A&P grocery store chain and prior to that as a produce warehouse for the grocer, according to a statement released by Beacon.

The building was a warehouse for hard-to-find auto parts and supplies during the 1980s and 1990s. The property was converted to an office building in 2000.

“We have been attracted to this building for a long time, so we’re excited to finally have it as part of our Midtown and South End portfolio. It is a perfect fit for us, providing our customers with a great location and fun working environment with large open spaces and great views of Uptown and Bank of America Stadium,” said Mike Harrell, a partner at Beacon, in the release.

Beacon’s plans call for updating the lobby, plus interior and exterior signage, with a goal of paying tribute to the history of the building. The building also has a large rooftop deck, free parking, is within walking or biking distance to Uptown and is near Morehead Street with immediate access to Interstate Highway 77 and Interstate Highway 277. Ian Bertolina of Bertolina Real Estate Services represented current owner Carolinas Auto Supply House Inc. in the sale.

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