Avison Young | St. Louis announced that it has completed a 124,952 SF lease for Elite Printing & Packaging at Hazelwood TradePort in Hazelwood, MO. Timothy C. Convy, CPM and Brian G. Kelley exclusively represented the tenant, Elite Printing & Packaging. Hazelwood TradePort is owned by NorthPointe Development.
Elite Printing & Packaging had outgrown their former space in Wentzville, MO and were looking for space in a centrally located area. The long-term lease at 1601 TradePort Dr was based on the location and amenities provided with a new construction building.
On working with Kelley and Convy, Elite Printing & Packaging President Michael Sloan stated, “They made one of the most important decisions in our companies history go smoothly from start to finish. We are very appreciative of Tim and Brian from Avison Young for their guidance, ethics and integrity. We would highly recommend them for all of your companies commercial needs."
Elite Printing and Packaging has over 40 years combined experience in the printing and packaging industry, with an emphasis on the sports nutrition/beauty, pet and health industries.
We are pleased to provide Elite Printing & Packaging a fantastic solution for their real estate needs,” said Kelley. "Even with the challenges presented in the St. Louis market, we were able to come to favorable terms with NorthPoint Development to create a dynamic opportunity for our client.”
Avison Young is the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate services firm. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Avison Young is a collaborative, global firm owned and operated by its Principals. Founded in 1978, with legacies dating back more than 200 years, the company comprises approximately 5,000 real estate professionals in 120 offices in 20 countries. The firm’s experts provide value-added, client-centric investment sales, leasing, advisory, management and financing services to clients across the office, retail, industrial, multi-family and hospitality sectors.
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