Saturday, December 3, 2022

Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer Announce Recent Lease Transactions

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On October 6, Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer announced the following businesses on the Peninsula recently leased or released spaces:

Crossfire Logistics, Inc. leased 61,700 square feet of industrial space at 5601 City Line Rd. in Newport News.

The Liebherr Mining Equipment Newport News, Co. renewed their lease of 21,000 square feet of industrial space at 1031 44th Street in Newport News.

Heath, Old & Verser, PLC renewed their lease of 5,044 square feet of office space at The Atrium, 11832 Rock Landing Dr., in Newport News.

Gifted Hands Designz leased 2,800 square feet of office space at 3009 W. Mercury Blvd. in Hampton.

Novus Home Mortgage renewed their lease of 1,786 square feet of office space at The Atrium, 11832 Rock Landing Newport News.

Rhino Cigars & Vapes, LLC leased 1,646 square feet of retail space at Hayes Shopping Center, Rt. 17 and Crew Road, in Gloucester.

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