Brokers at Legacy Real Estate Advisors are leasing two former industrial warehouses steps away from the station on either side. One is at 4100 Raleigh St. — the Station House — while the other, the Trailhead, is across the rail line, at 601 E. Sugar Creek Road.
Scott Fuller, one of our Brokers, has been in talks with rock-climbing gyms to potentially take part of the Trailhead project, an 88,000-square-foot former warehouse.
We are targeting a mix of regional or national retail tenants for the buildings as well as office tenants and smaller, “hyperlocal” retailers that build off NoDa’s established arts and cultural vibe.
“Divine Barrel Brewing and Bold Missy and a couple of other users are already pushing that North Davidson market,” said Greg Godley, partner at Legacy.
In fact, he continued, Legacy is seeing significant interest from businesses previously in South End that were ultimately pushed out of that submarket because of rising rents and terminated leases after properties traded hands. Rents for larger users at the Station House and the Trailhead are expected to be in the mid- to upper $20 per-square-foot range.
Godley, Fuller and Andrew Blumenthal at Legacy are marketing the properties on behalf of Flywheel Group.
As a group we are very excited to be part of this amazing project!