BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Sept. 6, 2017 – Sloss Real Estate is proud to announce Birmingham-based Harbert Realty Services, one of the Southeast’s largest privately-held commercial real estate firms, as one of the company’s new leasing managers.
Harbert will be responsible for handling leasing for Sloss properties at Pepper Place, the Lakeview Entertainment District and retail, office and showroom spaces at Sloss Docks. The mutually-beneficial relationship will allow each company to expand its Birmingham footprint, with Harbert tasked to fill key spaces with noteworthy tenants.
“This decision is evidence of our commitment to Birmingham and our mission of connecting the city’s unique districts,” noted Sloss Real Estate Chief Operating Officer Tom Walker. “As a well-established commercial real estate company with a proven track record, Harbert is the ideal partner to manage our leasing, ultimately allowing us to focus on the development of new assets and best serving those currently in our portfolio.”
This announcement comes on the heels of appointing Tom Walker as chief operating officer of Sloss Real Estate in an effort to reposition the family-owned real estate company for growth. With Harbert managing filling key spaces with exciting new tenants, Sloss will focus its resources on deploying the company’s long-term vision of connecting Birmingham neighborhoods through continued commercial revitalization and development.
Harbert’s leasing efforts will be led by Casey Howard and Charlie Norton. “Working with Sloss Real Estate will bring increased opportunity and reach to our company as we continue to lease and manage properties in Birmingham and across the Southeast,” said Leasing and Brokerage Associate Charlie Norton. “There are natural synergies between our companies which make this relationship incredibly beneficial to both of our long-term goals and we are thrilled to manage leasing at some of Birmingham’s most iconic properties in Pepper Place and the Lakeview Entertainment District.”
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