Philip Currie, Edwin Moss mentioned in BBJ article for their role in Homewood office property transaction
July 2, 2019
J.H. Berry President Philip Currie, SIOR, CCIM and Executive Vice President Edwin Moss, SIOR, CCIM, were recently mentioned in an article published in the Birmingham Business Journal detailing the successful transaction of a prominent Homewood office property.
Currie and Moss represented Main Street Holding Company in the $8.25 million transaction of 2200 Lakeshore Drive, a 40,230-square-foot Class A office property in Homewood. As part of the transaction, J.H. Berry will take over full management responsibilities of the 100% occupied building.
“We were pleased to assist our client in its successful acquisition of 2200 Lakeshore Drive, a prominent Class A office building in Birmingham’s midtown submarket,” Currie said. “Midtown is arguably the strongest submarket in Birmingham with low vacancy rates, and this transaction represents the high level of investor interest in the area. This building offers a Class A environment that while boutique in size, includes covered parking in a top-notch location. These are all factors making it a great asset for years to come.”