McCormick & Co. Announces Apartment Spaces Available In Fleetwood Coffee Building In Early Spring 2015

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

McCormick & Co. Commercial Real Estate, LLC announced Tuesday that the newly-purchased Fleetwood Coffee Building, on the corner of 11th and King Street, will have residential apartments available for lease as early as Spring 2015. It is leasing out available residential condos in the Fleetwood Commons building, adjacent to the Coffee Building.

“The Coffee Building is a prime location for UTC students and employees of Southside businesses and restaurants,” said Gerald McCormick, principal broker at McCormick & Co.

McCormick & Co. brokered the purchase of the Fleetwood Coffee Building from Noon Development in May 2014 and is managing both buildings as well as assisting Noon in the development of the Coffee Building. It currently has approximately 5,000 square feet of office space available.

Like the Fleetwood Commons building, the Coffee Building will be a mixed-use building with the residential units occupying the top two floors. SwiftWing Ventures will be occupying the commercial space in the building.

For more information, contact Sally Bacon at 423 602-9800 or email sally@mccormickcre.com.


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