Market News: 2018

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TradeMark Properties Announces Executive Leadership Changes   RALEIGH, N.C., Dec. 17, 2018 – TradeMark Properties announced that Jim Harris, current executive vice president, will assume the role of CEO and Amy E. Carroll, current vice president will assume the role of president effective December 13, 2018. Billie Redmond, the company’s founder and current president and CEO will remain involved as chairman of the board to assist in business development, client services and provide executive mentorship…. READ MORE

PN Hoffman plans $250M project in downtown Raleigh

By Ben Graham  – Staff Writer, Triangle Business Journal After a months long search to find a buyer, William Peace University has closed on a $34 million deal to sell Seaboard Station in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, according to those who worked on the deal. The transaction is bringing in a substantial return for the university and clears the way for the new owner to launch a $250 million redevelopment project at the aging retail center. PN Hoffman, a… READ MORE

Adzerk Takes Top Floor at 505 S. Duke Street in Downtown Durham

NEWS RELEASE Media Contact: Suzanne Epps TradeMark Properties (919) 645-1422   Adzerk Takes Top Floor at 505 S. Duke Street in Downtown Durham The new lease kicks off extensive interior renovations to the building.   Durham, NC, December 5, 2018 –TradeMark Properties and Hem + Spire are pleased to announce an executed seven-year lease for 4,897 square feet on the fifth floor of 505 S. Duke Street, the former BB&T building in Downtown Durham. Fred Dickens, Senior… READ MORE

Protect Your Home and Family During Hurricane Florence

Hurricanes are strong storms that can be life-threatening as well as cause serious hazards such as flooding, storm surge, high winds and tornadoes. With the threat of Hurricane Florence greatly impacting North Carolina, it is important that we keep our homes and families safe. TradeMark Properties’ Executive Vice President, Jim Harris, serves on the board of The American Red Cross of Eastern North Carolina and has shared ways to keep your family and home safe… READ MORE

The First Cat Cafe is Coming To The Triangle

TradeMark broker, Sarah Warren, has completed the deal bringing the Triangle its first ‘Cat Cafe’. Cat Tales Cat Cafe, located at 431 W. Franklin St., will serve an assortment of snacks in the cafe portion, separate from a section with adoptable cats roaming free, according to its Facebook page. The cats will also be available for adoption from Goathouse Refuge in Pittsboro.  “The cafe provides a home-like, low stress environment for potential adopters to get to… READ MORE

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