By John Lauriello, Southpace Properties, Inc. Principal
I’m blogging for the first time today, because at Southpace Properties, Inc., we are not going to sit back and be yesterday’s news as the world is changing around us. Plus, I’m kind of excited to learn how to communicate with folks in a different way in addition to the way I have done it all my life. I don’t care to text while I am driving. Nor do I want to respond to people when I’m in a car or airplane. I think that’s a little off the wall. Continue reading “Straight Talk with John Lauriello”
Getting “locked up” might not sound like something to be proud of, but when Southpace Properties, Inc. broker, David Ashford, was hauled off in hand cuffs to Adamson Ford, he was actually doing a very good thing for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Continue reading “Broker, David Ashford, goes to jail”
Director of Marketing and Research for Southpace Properties, Inc. Christen Lewis, spent over two weeks serving others this summer in Uganda, Africa. She traveled with Visiting Orphans, a non-profit, Christian organization that takes people from all different backgrounds on trips all over the world. Continue reading “Southpace employee takes trip to Africa”
Here’s what we’ve been up to lately.
Bryan Holt and Tyler Bradford of Southpace Properties, Inc. represented Tre’za Fine Salads and Wood Fired Pizza in the leasing of 3,000 SF of retail space at Town Brookhaven in Atlanta, Georgia. Holt also represented Chipotle in the leasing of retail space at 346 West Magnolia Avenue in Auburn, Alabama. Construction has begun to make modifications to the property before the grand opening. Holt is the exclusive agent for Chipotle in the state of Alabama. Bradford also represented 32 Degrees Yogurt Bar in the leasing of 1,750 SF on Highway 98 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
John Lauriello and Blake Crowe of Southpace Properties, Inc. represented Upchurch, Watson, White and Max in the leasing of 5,500 SF of office space at 2000A Southbridge Parkway, Suite 400 in Continue reading “Done Deals”