Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Industry Property In James River Commerce Center Sells for $3.4 Million

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JAMES CITY-Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer announced on August 3 the sale of an industrial property in James River Commerce Park.

The Endeavor Center, located at 1709 Endeavor Drive in James River Commerce Center, was sold to CTPS LLC. The company bought the 70,000 square foot multi-tenant industrial/distribution building, which sits on 5.6 acres, from HR Development, LLC for $3, 474,000. CTPS LLC purchased the property as an investment.

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