Brian Farmer, vice president of commercial leasing at Coldwell Banker Commercial TradeMark Properties and leasing agent for EastPoint, has announced that the firm has launched a new Website for the EastPoint redevelopment property located in Knightdale, N.C. The Website features proposed site plans, available space floor reconfiguration plans, access property maps and high-resolution site photographs.
“We are very excited to launch our new Web site for EastPoint,” said Farmer. “This site should serve as a helpful online reference for potential state and national investors to learn more about this major redevelopment project in eastern Wake County.”
About Coldwell Banker Commercial TradeMark Properties
Coldwell Banker Commercial TradeMark Properties is a full-service real estate asset management company that provides property management services, which includes facility, physical and fiscal management; as well as leasing and brokerage services throughout the Triangle. TradeMark's licensed real estate agents are market experts in their areas of industry specialization, including commercial, residential, retail, forestry, and investment property sales. The executive management team of Coldwell Banker Commercial TradeMark Properties has over 100 years of combined real estate experience. The firm has been recognized in Metro Magazine’s 2004 Metro Bravo! Awards as being one of the top commercial real estate firms in the Triangle. The Triangle Business Journal named the firm Best Place to Work in 2004 and ranked it among the top commercial real estate firms in North Carolina for 2006.
EastPoint, formerly the Square D Manufacturing facility, is located on U.S. 64 Knightdale Boulevard in Knightdale, N.C. The facility was originally constructed in 1972, and then expanded in 1988. The 416,000 square foot property has laboratory space in its manufacturing facility, class A executive office space, and over 750 tons of HVAC in the manufacturing area. EastPoint features a 240,000-volt substation onsite providing clean power by Progress Energy. The facility is accessible from the ground by U.S. 64 and I-540, is 30 minutes away from I-95, and is 20 miles from Raleigh-Durham International Airport.