VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Michael Divaris, president of Divaris Real Estate, Inc. announces the completion of 240,000 square feet of new and renewed office leases at The Town Center of Virginia Beach. The Town Center’s newest tenant, Clark Nexsen, architects and engineers, will move into the new office tower at 4525 Main Street in The Town Center, which the firm designed for its headquarters.
Troutman Sanders LLP has renewed the lease for its Hampton Roads headquarters at 222 Central Park Avenue. Other notable companies that have also renewed leases in this tower include: Pender and Coward, Dominion Law, and Mass Mutual Insurance Company.
In One Columbus Center, Prosper Insurance Group, LLC has signed a new lease and HBA Architecture and Interior Design renewed the lease and completely refurbished their corporate headquarters. Strayer University renewed its lease at 249 Central Park Avenue.
Jacobs Engineering has signed a lease for their Hampton Roads office in Two Columbus Center at 4500 Main Street on the corner of Main Street and Constitution Drive.
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., expanded its existing 19,000 square feet of office space by 3,977 square feet in Two Columbus Center. Kimley-Horn was the first tenant to lease space in the six-story Class A building. Two Columbus Center, one of the gateways into The Town Center, is a 109,000-square-foot glass and brick building that is also occupied by The Art Institute of Virginia Beach. Kimley-Horn is one of the nation’s most comprehensive and respected engineering and land planning firms.
The top floor and three other floors in the new tower at 4525 Main Street is the only remaining vacant office space that is available for lease in The Town Center of Virginia Beach.
The Town Center of Virginia Beach is a public private partnership between the City of Virginia Beach and Armada Hoffler Development Company, and is leased by Divaris Real Estate, Inc. and managed by Divaris Property Management Corp.