American Exchange And Russ Blakely & Associates Relocate To The Fleetwood Building

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Noon Development welcomes two new tenants, American Exchange and Russ Blakely & Associates, to the renovated Fleetwood Building, completed earlier this year. 

“The mixed-use space at The Fleetwood Building offers a prime spot in the Innovation District,” said Andrew Hetzler, COO at American Exchange. "We believe this location and space will help us attract and retain talented employees.

Industry leader American Exchange offers free health insurance and Medicare enrollment services. Russ Blakely & Associates offers comprehensive guidance to employers for benefits selection and employee coverage. 

The Fleetwood Building, originally home to Fleetwood Coffee Company, is at 232 E. 11th Street. The building offers rental apartments and more than 15,000 square feet of commercial space.

There are 4,500 square feet of space still available for lease, including first floor availability with a variety of customization options. 

“We are very pleased to have two more local companies in the building,” said Hodgen Mainda, vice president of NoonDevelopment.

Interested parties should contact Mainda at 423-531-1330.



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