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Real Estate Business Article Details J.H. Berry Transaction

J.H. Berry President Philip Currie was recently mentioned in a story from the online version of Real Estate Business Magazine. The article details Shipshape, an Austin-based smart home software tech company, signing a lease at the 2222 Arlington Ave. office building in Birmingham, which is slated to break ground later this month. Philip, in partnership…
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Will Hollingsworth Mentioned in Birmingham Business Journal for KidStrong Transaction

J.H. Berry Project Manager Will Hollingsworth was recently mentioned in the Birmingham Business Journal for his role in an exciting Birmingham transaction. KidStrong, a science-based child development training center, will open its first Birmingham location in the Shops at Greystone at 5403 US-280. The 4,500-square-foot fitness center will offer Birmingham kids, ages walking to 11-years-old,…
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Jake Bottcher and Edwin Moss Mentioned in Birmingham Business Journal

  J.H. Berry Executive Vice President Edwin Moss and Leasing and Brokerage Associate Jake Bottcher were recently mentioned in an article in the Birmingham Business Journal for their roles in an industrial transaction on Pinson Valley Parkway. GW Systems, an engineering, manufacturing and construction firm, acquired 4420 Pinson Valley Parkway.  Moss and Bottcher represented the…
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Philip Currie Mentioned in Bham Now

  J.H. Berry President Philip Currie was recently mentioned in an article from Bham Now. The article details a class A office project in development at 2222 Arlington Avenue in  Redmont Park. Philip, along with FiveStone Associate Michael Reilly, will represent the leasing team. For more information, read the full article here.

SIOR Recognizes JHB in Deals of the Year List

The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors recently released their Top Deals of the Year List for 2020, and J.H. Berry’s Philip Currie and Edwin Moss had a top 10 industrial deal of the year. This esteemed list features SIOR designees that are doing major and impressive transactions across the globe. Read more about the…
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Jake Taylor Mentioned In Birmingham Business Journal

Jake Taylor, leasing and brokerage associate at J.H. Berry & Gilbert, was recently mentioned in an article in the Birmingham Business Journal detailing Harris Family Investments LLC’s purchase of Noah’s Event Venue in International Park in six separate deals totaling $1.65 million. Taylor represented Harris Family Investments in the transaction. Located at 2501 International Park…
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Employee Spotlight: Leasing and Brokerage Associate Jake Bottcher

Each month in 2021, we will feature one of our outstanding team members as a J.H. Berry Employee Spotlight. Today, we start with Leasing and Brokerage Associate, Jake Bottcher. Describe your role at J.H. Berry. I’m extremely thankful to be a part of the J.H. Berry team. I serve as a leasing and brokerage associate,…
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J.H. Berry Highlighted in Historic Buffalo Rock Co. Acquisition

  Buffalo Rock Co. is expanding its Birmingham operations with a distribution campus off of Lakeshore Parkway – largest infrastructure investment in the company’s history. The company acquired 895,000 square feet of warehouse space at 400 Industrial Drive and a 120,000-square-foot office building at 800 Lakeshore Parkway. J.H. Berry President Philip Currie and Executive Vice…
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J.H. Berry Mentioned in BBJ Article Detailing Auburn Redevelopment Project

The Birmingham Business Journal recently published an article detailing the construction plans Auburn Bank’s new downtown headquarters. The article mentions that leasing and brokerage associate Jake Taylor and president Philip Currie of J.H. Berry will be handling all leasing for the building. Read full article. 

Jake Bottcher Mentioned In BBJ Article

  Leasing and Brokerage Associate Jake Bottcher was mentioned in a Birmingham Business Journal article for his role in a recent transaction. AIDS Alabama is relocating “The Hub,” its program for young men of color, from Sixth Avenue South to the former F.J. Evans Engineering Co. building on Seventh Avenue South. J.H. Berry & Gilbert…
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