Saturday, December 3, 2022

Five Businesses Lease New Spaces On The Peninsula

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On September 22, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced the following recent business lease transactions in Hampton and Newport News:

Ames Cleaners and Formals leased 3,020 square feet of retail space at 1814 Todds Ln. in Hampton.

Tidewater Property Preservation, LLC leased 2,634 square feet of industrial space at 611 Rotary Street in Hampton.

 Aerospace Innovations, LLC leased 2,272 square feet of office space at 702 City Center Blvd. in Newport News.

C & V Commercial Cleaning, LLC leased 1,280 square feet of office space in Oyster Point at 728 Blue Crab Rd. in Newport News.

Better Homes and Gardens Native American Group leased 1,162 square feet of office space at Port Warwick, 3168 William Styron Square, in Newport News.

In addition, the following two businesses renewed leases in Hampton and Yorktown:

ITL-LLC renewed their lease of 5,656 square feet of industrial space at 606-608 Rotary Street in Hampton.

Atlantic Marine Supply, LLC renewed their lease of 2,300 square feet of office space at 441 Grafton Drive in Yorktown.

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