Meriwether & Tharp and CorTrans Lease 20,251 Square Feet at Upgraded 6465 East Johns Crossing in Johns Creek, Georgia
Lincoln Property Company (Lincoln) and Glenfield Capital recently completed a long-term lease with the fast-growing law firm of Meriwether & Tharp, LLC, consisting of 11,037 square feet at the recently renovated 6465 East Johns Crossing in Johns Creek, Georgia. Michael Howell, Hunter Henritze and George Gwaltney of Lincoln represented the landlord in the transaction, and Joseph Grace and Andy Roberts of Cresa represented the tenant.
“East Johns Crossing is now widely considered the premier building in Johns Creek and offers access to incredible amenities including the adjacent Lifetime Fitness, a lakeside walking path with fitness stations and an outdoor patio overlooking a two-acre lake,” Henritze said. “With the recent improvements to the building, we believe 6465 East Johns Crossing will continue to attract top tenants in the coming year.”
“The leasing success is attributed to a great leasing team coupled with the finest building in the Johns Creek submarket,” stated James Cate, managing principal of Glenfield Capital, the current owner. “The investment we made in the renovation turned out better than anticipated and the market is responding. ”
Additionally, CorTrans Logistics has committed to keeping its headquarters at 6465 East Johns Crossing, with a long-term extension for its 9,214-square-foot lease at the property. CorTrans Logistics’ senior management committed to the building after a long search.
6465 East Johns Crossing, is a 100,000-square-foot, Class A four-story office building. Glenfield Capital recently completed a significant renovation of the lobbies on the first and second floors, including upgraded accent lighting and installation of a new digital tenant directory, as well as a landscaping overhaul.