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CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 14, 2015 – Showcase Realty welcomes new agents to its team; Bill McCall and Tripp Ingle are the latest brokers looking forward to their new experience. Each broker is a talented asset that brings their own unique personality and attributes to the team.
Bill McCall has been involved with real estate for 12 years. He specializes in single family homes and wants to optimize his use of technology and join that with his knowledge of real estate to maximize his experience at Showcase. Bill loves the dynamic environment at Showcase, as well as the flexibility real estate offers. He grew up in Bennettsville, South Carolina. Outside of Showcase, he enjoys spending quality time with family and friends.
Tripp Ingle is a caring and honest person who brings his passion for helping people to Showcase. He has always been involved and interested in real estate. Whether it’s buying or selling, he caters to his clients, helping them have a smooth process along the way. A native to Charlotte, Tripp enjoys everything Charlotte has to offer. He spends his free time paddleboarding and wakeboarding on the lakes, working out with friends and dining at different restaurants around town.
Showcase Realty is an innovative boutique Charlotte real estate firm located at 1430 S. Mint St. in the Historic South End district. Owner and Broker-In-Charge, Nancy Braun, founded Showcase Realty in 2008 on the principles of innovation, teamwork and community mindfulness. Committed to selling homes and surpassing customers’ expectations, Showcase provides professional service, personally delivered. For more information visit www.showcaserealty.net.
A former warehouse along the light-rail line situated in South End has been redeveloped and made into a combination of for-sale office and retail units. One of the first office condos is set to be completed December this year.
Branding and interactive agency MODE has recently agree to buy a 7,000-square-bart unit on the building’s rail side located at 2173 Hawkins Street.
Such development is situated in between the industrial building where Sycamore Brewing is said to open the Spectrum South End apartment complex.
The project is estimated to have a total of 22,5000 square feet with 2,500 square feet for most of the eight units. The estimated purchase price for the shell spaces is around $500,000.
Argos has already reserved two units, 5,000 square feet in total for thei restaurant and bar.
According to John Pietrafesa, creative director and partner at MODE, the company has been searching for a space to lease but they’ve realized that owning a office would be more cost effective.