Harwood International is placed to announce three lease agreements throughout its 19-city block Harwood District with top firms Baranoff Holdings, Berkeley Partners, and Dubber.
Baranof Holdings – a national developer, acquirer and asset manager of self-storage facilities across the United States – signed 3,966 RSF at Harwood No. 10. Moving in this summer, the lease was represented by James Mantzuranis with Stream Realty. Founded in 2005, Berkeley Partners has formed a series of real estate funds focused on the light industrial sector. The firm will move in this spring into 4,792 RSF at Harwood No. 6. The lease was represented by Tracy Fults and Ryane Bryan with Fults Commercial. Dubber – the world’s leading provider of cloud based call recording and voice AI – signed 3,508 RSF at Harwood No. 4. Moving in this spring, the lease was represented by Steven Schneider and Luke Harp with Site Selection Group.
“Harwood International is experiencing a boom in lease signings as more and more companies are choosing Harwood as their corporate home,” said Kelly Whaley, director of leasing, Harwood International. “From bespoke spaces to larger full floor plan availabilities and build-to-suit opportunities, the District is the ultimate relocation destination in the metroplex.”
Harwood International has launched several new offerings including coworking with dedicated desks, private offices, and move-in ready suites complete with furniture. The new leasing options help businesses find space without the need to invest in upfront costs on TI.
“From these recent new leases and other inquiries we have received, we saw a need in the market for more flexible office options,” said Hannah Waidmann, commercial leasing manager, Harwood International. “Our new offerings enable prospective tenants to find the right office space to fit their needs today, tomorrow, and years from now.”
To learn more about Harwood International’s leasing opportunities in the Harwood District, visit HarwoodLeasing.com or contact email@example.com.