Charlotte law firm Hull & Chandler buys Dilworth site for new office – The Business Journals

Charlotte law firm Hull & Chandler is investing in the future of the company with the purchase of a new office space in Dilworth.
The firm paid $2.8 million to buy the site at 1009 East Blvd. in a sale that closed on Feb. 1, according to Mecklenburg County real estate records. Hull & Chandler will relocate from its current office space in the Morehead Square office building at the edge of South End.
The historic 4,500-square-foot building, located near the northeast corner of East Boulevard and Dilworth Road West, underwent extensive interior and exterior renovations after it was purchased in 2018 by limited liability company 1009 East.
Clark Alcorn and Bailey Patrick Jr. of MPV Properties represented the seller, and John Christenbury and Mark Decherd of CBRE represented Hull & Chandler. Patrick said the property had strong interest as soon as it hit the market, with multiple offers before the seller decided on Hull & Chandler.
“(It is) a testament to the quality of the renovation completed by our client, architect Dane Suchoza,” Patrick said in a news release today. “Despite the recent shifts in the real estate market, it was clear that there is still strong demand to own this type of Class A office product in Charlotte.”
1009 East’s current tenant, K2M Design Inc., is relocating to a new South End office this spring. Hull & Chandler plans to make minor renovations prior to moving in late summer.
Christenbury told Charlotte Business Journal that the firm’s office footprint will stay about the same with the move, but Hull & Chandler chose the space because it will make them more efficient and accessible for clients.
“Being a single-tenant asset to where there’s good visibility, it’s easier for their clients to visit the property, and it’s in a great area of town thats safe,” he said. “Ultimately, it’s going to be an appreciating asset. They feel, and certainly I do, that Dilworth is going to continue to be the place where people want to be.”
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