NEWS RELEASE TradeMark Properties’ Dan McCloy Aids West Coast Investor in Raleigh Acquisition The investor purchased a pair of industrial properties in Raleigh and Cary. The Raleigh property is a 52,800 square foot flex warehouse. The Cary building features 7,008 square feet of flex space. This deal is part of a trend of increased investment in the Triangle market from out-of-state buyers. To read more about the deal, see the Triangle Business Journal article.
NEWS RELEASE TradeMark Properties Brokers Deal to Help Longtime Raleigh Business GrowGarage Door Distributor Signs 10-Year Lease for Industrial Warehouse Raleigh, NC, January 13, 2021 – TradeMark Properties is proud to have recently played a role in helping a longtime Raleigh business expand and grow. TradeMark Executive Vice President, Asian Investor Services Maggie Quan, PhD, CCIM represented On-Trak Garage Door Distribution LLC in the deal. The company signed a 10-year lease for 35,000 square feet… READ MORE
SOLD!!! Final Downtown South Parcel Closing – 44.76 Acre Parcel TradeMark is proud to have represented Steve Malik, Owner and Chairman of North Carolina Football Club (NC Courage and North Carolina FC), and Kane Realty on the closing of the final parcel of land for the proposed Downtown South District. Billie Redmond and her team worked with multiple ownership entities to assemble more than 135 acres to transform the southern gateway of Downtown Raleigh into the new Downtown… READ MORE
Caviness Building and Adjacent Parcel Sell for $3,025,000 Raleigh, NC, January 30, 2020 – TradeMark Properties is pleased to announce its role in the sale of a prime piece of property in Raleigh’s thriving Glenwood South District. TradeMark Vice Presidents Sandra Simpson and Jonathan M. Bassi represented West Johnson Group, LLC in the sale of The Caviness Building and its adjacent parcel at 701 and 719 West Johnson Street. The buyer is AmTech Properties, LLC,… READ MORE
Check out Jim’s iHeart Radio CEO’s to Know interview. Jim shares how he got started in commercial real estate, what are the Triangle’s next steps and learning the industry from his mom, Billie Redmond.