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    Monthly Archives: November 2015

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    220 Avondale Ave – Leased

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    Eastern Carolinas Commercial Real Estate is proud to announce that 220 Avondale Ave has been leased to a long term tenant. It super exciting to see this excellent 2000 square foot office unit have a new user.


    220 Avondale Ave - Leased

    220 Avondale Ave – Leased

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    Beau Rivages Markeplaces new tenant ready to Phix your devices

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    beau rivage

    We are excited that Beau Rivage Market Place has gained a new tenant. Mr. Phix PC owned and operated by Ted Glackin is officially a tenant at Beau Rivage Market Place located at 5916 Carolina Beach Road, Suite 120.


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    New Locations, Second Stores are in the works at these centers!

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    Now Leasing

    New Leasing Activity at Bayshore Commons, the new Walmart Super Center in Porters Neck brings Tropical Smoothie Cafe and San Felipe Mexican Restaurant to the locals in Northern New Hanover County.

    Central New Hanover County

    University Centre’s GiGis Cupcakes and Anytime Fitness are getting ready to open.

    Fulton Stations two new tenants are progressing toward opening with their build out.

    Southern New Hanover County sees a new Tenant at Beau Rivage Marketplace with Mr. Phix it PC leasing a second location at this Harris Teeter anchored center.

    Spectrum Paint and the New Hanover County Public Library are set to open in Carolina Beach at Snows Cut Crossing.

    As always we are providing Real Estate Solutions in Real Time.


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    Three Great Articles on Wilmington North Carolina

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    Downtown Wilmngton

    View of the Wilmington Riverfront and Battleship


    The following three links will take you to a three part series by the Chamber of Commerce on Wilmington and how our City is considered a dark horse in the tech field. Its great to see the words “no longer a sleepy beach town” in a national article.

    Overview Article by the Greater Wilmington Business Journal

    Part I

    Part II

    Part III

    These articles are excellent and timely as our economy has begun to grow and expand.