Greer, S.C. – John Harris Body Shops, headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, chooses former Office Depot building in Greer for their first Upstate location. The former Office Depot was closed over three years ago. It will undergo extensive renovations with anticipated opening in late 2018. “We are excited to serve the community of Greer very soon,” says Zachary Taylor, CEO of John Harris Body Shops. The team of John Parker and Ryan Koop of Broadstreet Partners is assisting John Harris Body Shops on site selection throughout the Upstate. According to Parker, “Re-adapting the 21,000 square foot building is a win-win for Greer and John Harris Body Shops. Any time you can bring an abandoned building back to life it dramatically helps the community.” John Harris Body Shops will have over 20 full time employees in this location. According to Koop, “These are higher wage jobs that will be sourced locally.”
The brokerage team of John Parker and Ryan Koop represented the seller in the sale of a 145,000 SF industrial building located at 4915 Hovis Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina. By engaging a thorough marketing campaign, Broadstreet Partners' Industrial Sales Team was able to garner multiple offers on the fully occupied property. Ultimately, the new owner was selected after prospect interviews were performed and a highest and best offer bid was placed by the top four prospective purchasers.
The brokerage team of John Parker and Ryan Koop represented Mahr, Inc. in the lease of 5,500 square feet at 7001 Pelham Road in Greenville, SC. After a thorough search that included multiple markets, Mahr, Inc. selected Greenville for their state-of-the art showroom, where they will display their products specializing in the high-precision metering for the manufacturing industry.
Broadstreet Partners is pleased to announce the recent transaction between Sykes Workman Leasing, LLC and Think Tank Brew Lab. After an in depth search throughout the Upstate market, Ryan Kurlfink, founder, president, and brewmaster of Propagate Brewery Development Group, chose 101 Airport Road in Greenville to launch their inaugural concept of Think Tank Brew Lab.
The property, owned by Sykes Workman Leasing, includes over 21,000 SF of former industrial space with high ceilings and direct access to the expanded Swamp Rabbit Trail. Included with the property is over one acre of urban forest along the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Think Tank Brew Lab will use this for its expansive biergarten with outdoor games and events. A second floor event space is also planned with views to the trail, biergarten, and brewery.
According to John Parker of Broadstreet Partners, who brokered the transaction, “What Think Tank Brew Lab is planning will be a great asset to Greenville and the Upstate beer scene.”
Ryan Kurlfink states, “After more than two decades of brewing and traveling the country designing and building craft breweries, I couldn't pass up this opportunity to settle down and build the brewery of my dreams. This property offers everything a community focused craft brewery could ask for and more. Selecting this site and bringing it back to life as headquarters for Greenville's homegrown Think Tank Brew Lab was truly a no-brainer.”
For more information on Think Tank Brew Lab:
Contact Ryan Kurlfink at 864-434-1616, www.thinktankbrewlab.com, or email@example.com.
The Broadstreet Partners team of John Parker, Ryan Koop, and Craig Stipes recently sold North Branch Shopping Center in Concord, NC. Representing the Seller, the Broadstreet team drove value using time-tested market analysis and a thorough underwriting process. The property sold to South Coast Commercial, LLC for $3,250,000 in less than 60 days in escrow.