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Huntersville industrial project lands Big Beverages Contract Manufacturing, Rosendin


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Two tenants have signed on to fill a majority of the available space at a new Huntersville industrial project.

Big Beverages Contract Manufacturing has signed a lease to fully occupy a 123,830-square-foot industrial building on Torrence Ford Drive in Huntersville. It is the larger of two buildings at the Torrence Ford development, which totals 231,030 square feet. Rosendin, an electrical contractor, has signed on to occupy 57,760 square feet at the smaller building, which is just over 107,000 square feet.

Avison Young's Tom TropeanoAbby Smith and Chris Skibinski represented the landlord in the lease deals with Big Beverages and Rosendin. Rosendin was represented in its lease deal by Colliers International's Rob Speir and Phoebe Dinga.

Big Beverages operates its manufacturing and canning operation at The Park at Huntersville nearby and will use the Torrence Ford building as a storage facility for finished goods, Tropeano said. The Torrence Ford building was completed in early June, and Big Beverages is expected to move in soon after upfits are completed.

“For this instance, the tenant had an existing operation in The Park at Huntersville and our location just being down the road for finished good storage was extremely convenient for them," Tropeano said. “In a macro view, if you were looking in the market for this size space, there are very limited options that are available and existing and allow them to move in immediately. And of course, the close proximity to I-77 (is attractive).”

Cabot Properties owns the industrial buildings on Torrence Ford Drive after acquiring them from developer Scannell Properties this year. The smaller building has 49,440 square feet of available space remaining. Evans General Contractors has served as the general contractor for the project.

 

 

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