P. Buckley Moss will open art gallery in Blacksburg
P. Buckley Moss plans to open an art gallery in Blacksburg. According to Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, the commercial real estate firm assisted in getting the artist 2,950 square feet of space at North End, a 227,000-square-foot, mixed-use development located at the intersections of Prices Fork Road and Gilbert and Turner Streets.
Last month, Moss donated $10 million to Virginia Tech’s Center for the Arts and will be the building’s namesake. She is known for her stylized depictions of rural life. Donations of her art have raised more than $4 milion for charities over the years. A museum dedicated to Buckley's work is located in Waynesboro.
John K. Nielson of Thalhimer handled lease negotiations on behalf of the landlord, the Virginia Tech Foundation.