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Dwight Evans Square reaches 100% occupancy

Commercial Furniture Interiors leased 4603 Dwight Evans Road, which was recently vacated by American Expediting. Commercial Furniture Interiors has experienced tremendous growth over the past 12 months. Photo courtesy Piedmont Properties/CORFAC International

Commercial Furniture Interiors leased 4603 Dwight Evans Road, which was recently vacated by American Expediting. Commercial Furniture Interiors has experienced tremendous growth over the past 12 months. Photo courtesy Piedmont Properties/CORFAC International

 

Dwight Evans Square has reached 100 percent occupancy according to a press release from Piedmont Properties/CORFAC International, a full-service commercial real estate provider serving the Charlotte market.

Commercial Furniture Interiors leased 4603 Dwight Evans Road, which was recently vacated by American Expediting. Commercial Furniture Interiors has experienced tremendous growth over the past 12 months. The company was founded in 2009 and provides workstations, cubicles, private offices, and more for companies in need of furniture.

Charlotte-based Dry Erase Designs relocated to 4623 Dwight Evans Road during the 2016 holiday season. Their former facility in SouthEnd was recently purchased for residential redevelopment, necessitating their expansion into this 6,017-square-foot suite with 1,830 square feet of office and 4,187 square feet of warehouse. Dry Erase Designs is the producer of custom, high-performance dry erase whiteboards designed to withstand hard and extended use without scratching, ghosting, or discoloration. The company was founded in Charlotte but ships products throughout the entire United States.

Scott Hensley, CCIM, SIOR and Lester E. Osborn, CCIM, SIOR of Piedmont Properties/CORFAC International represented the landlords in both transactions and Peter Stipicevic of TRIPP Commercial represented Commercial Furniture Interiors.

“We continue to see traditional industrial users and service companies who have been located closer to the center city for many years having to relocate further out because areas like SouthEnd continue to expand and redevelop.” said A. Scott Hensley, CCIM, SIOR. “The demand is so great for well-located, smaller industrial spaces that landlords are able to quickly release vacant spaces. In order to accommodate Commercial Furniture Interiors’ timetable, we had to negotiate an early move out with the prior tenant to provide us enough time to renovate the space to their standards. Ranger Construction was able to provide the turnkey renovations in less than one week, which enabled us to make the deal work for all parties.”

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