February 4, 2021

Silver Lining.

Like all office/retail centers, Carriage Park in Canton was feeling COVID’s punch. A 2,500-square-foot suite in the building had been vacant for more than a year while the owner marketed the space himself. Having no success, in October he called the Thomas Duke Company’s Adam Reid for help.

There’s a silver lining in the challenge that office/retail space is facing because of the pandemic’s constriction on business. Tenants know market conditions favor them, and they’re on the move.

Using his network of tenant relationships and the Duke database, Adam found just such a business seizing the moment to relocate and expand its footprint in Canton. By year’s end, Adam had negotiated a 5-year lease that gave the company an improved space in Carriage Park with minimal cost to the landlord for buildout. He streamlined the leasing process, too, to make it painless for both the landlord and the tenant.

Adam can do the same for your vacant space. Leasing activity is still strong for buildings the Thomas Duke Company represents. Let us help you position your office or retail center so it lands on the short list for the many tenants eager to find new space.

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