Friday, January 27, 2023

Site Of Former Bank In Hampton To Become Apartment Complex

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HAMPTON-A former bank building has been sold with the intent of developing a new apartment complex.

Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer first announced the sale of the property, located at 2 East Queens Way, on January 19.

According to a release, the building, which once housed a SunTrust bank, was sold for $1,000,000.

Hampton King Street, LLC, purchased the 3,536 square foot building from Lemonade MM Hampton, LLC. The new owner of the property plans to develop a multi-family apartment complex.

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