Divaris to be Norfolk’s World Trade Center leasing agent
Divaris to renovate lobby, suites
The new ownership of the World Trade Center in Norfolk selected Divaris Real Estate Inc. (DRE) as its management and leasing agent, the brokerage firm announced Tuesday.
“We are both delighted and honored to have been appointed to handle the management and leasing of the World Trade Center building on behalf of the new ownership, and we are looking forward to keeping this iconic building as a flagship in the city of Norfolk,” Michael Divaris, DRE president and chief operating officer, said in a statement.
DRE Executive Vice President Krista Costa, DRE Senior Vice President Marci Phillips and DRE Associate Rachel Salasky form the team.
DRE retained the building’s current on-site team: General Manager Krista Marshall, Assistant Property Manager Karin Kish and Chief Engineer Jeff Ratajczak.
DRE has developed a renovation program for the lobby and suites to attract new tenants.
Headquartered in Virginia Beach, Divaris Real Estate has offices in Newport News, Norfolk, Richmond and Roanoke, as well as in Charlotte, North Carolina; Beverly Hills, California; and Washington, D.C. It currently has about 31.5 million square feet in management and leasing assignments.