Neteffect Technologies, a managed IT services firm, has renewed and expanded its lease at the Ayrsley mixed-use community in Steele Creek.
Neteffect Technologies recently signed a five-year extension and increased its space from 6,369 square feet to 10,045 square feet at 8809 Lenox Pointe Drive. Founded in 1991, Neteffect Technologies specializes in managed IT services, cloud services, business telecom, project-based IT services and IT security services. The company has approximately 35 employees and leased the additional space to accommodate the continued growth of its managed services solutions, cybersecurity services and expanded call center services.
In addition to the Neteffect lease, The Sally Awad Group with Weichert Realtors has signed a five-year lease for 1,289 square feet at the 2025 Ayrsley Town Boulevard building. Led by Awad, who has more than 10 years of experience, the group has 25 Realtors serving customers across the Charlotte metro area.
Ayrsley’s office space is 94 percent occupied. New Forum recently celebrated the grand opening of the new 120,000-square-foot headquarters building for JELD-WEN Holding, Inc., one of the world’s largest door and window manufacturers, and is marketing Two Silver Crescent, an 80,000-square-foot Class A office building at the intersection of Ayrsley Town Boulevard and Sessions Street.
William Hodges, vice president and broker in charge at New Forum, represented the landlord on the lease transactions.
Based in Charlotte, New Forum is a real estate development, management and operating firm with a portfolio that includes office, retail, hotel, medical, multifamily and senior living. The company specializes in mixed-use communities that create a sense of place such as Ayrsley, a master-planned development in Steele Creek that includes more than two million square feet of office and retail space, three hotels, single-family homes, luxury apartments, restaurants and a 14-screen movie theater.