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Six Businesses On List In Latest Lease Transaction Report From Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer

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On November 23, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer announced the following lease transaction activity for the Peninsula:

Grace Hospice of America renewed their lease of 3,692 square feet of office space at The Atrium Building, 263 McLaws Circle in Williamsburg.

Visiting Physicians of America renewed their lease of 3,010 square feet of office space at The Atrium Building, 263 McLaws Circle, in Williamsburg.

Timmons Group, Inc. leased 2,938 square feet of office space in Oyster Point at The Atrium, 11832 Rock Landing Dr. in Newport News.

Community Services Board leased a total of 4,191 square feet of office space at Pinewood Plaza, 1919 Commerce Dr.in Hampton.

Investor Securities Group, Inc. renewed their lease of 2,376 square feet of office space at Pinewood Plaza, 1919 Commerce Dr. in Hampton.

Benevolent Family Services, LLC renewed their lease of 1,030 square feet of office space at Pinewood Plaza, 1919 Commerce Dr. in Hampton.

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