Charlotte, NC (May 2005) – Wilmington 1031, LLC has purchased 12,180 s.f. (Unit A) at Crosland’s Progress Point (sales price $4,240,000). The location is the site of a C.V.S. store.
Progress Point is a 10 acre mixed-use development at Military Cutoff and Eastwood Roads in Wilmington, N.C. owned by Crosland, Inc. and Progress Energy. Ken Chapman of Merrifield Partners is the project developer. Steve Horvath with Berkley Capital represented Crosland and Wilmington 1031, LLC in this transaction.
About Merrifield Partners
Merrifield Partners, an affiliate of Crosland, is one of Charlotte’s leading office and industrial development and brokerage firms. Operating as Crosland Commercial for many years, Merrifield Partners developed a portfolio of over 2,500 acres of land and 2.5 million square feet of commercial space. For more information, visit www.merrifieldpartners.com.
Crosland Inc. is recognized as one of the Southeast’s leading, privately held, diversified real estate companies and is active in retail, office, industrial, multi-family residential real estate, land development, and general contracting. The company’s breadth of product expertise has enabled it to be a leader in multi- and mixed-use developments.
Founded in 1937, the company has since developed, built or managed more than 25,000 multi-family residential units, over 13,500 single-family homes, 45 retail centers, 40 commercial buildings, more than 2,500 acres of commercial property, and 120 residential communities in the Carolinas, Georgia and Tennessee.
Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Crosland has offices in Raleigh, Orlando and Tampa and also operates in Durham, Chapel Hill, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Asheville, as well as in Greenville and Hilton Head, S.C., Hot Springs, Va., and Nashville, Tenn. Its current portfolio, representing existing projects and those under development, has a market value exceeding $1 billion. For more information, visit www.crosland.com.