Poe & Cronk and Colliers International will market Norfolk Southern headquarters building in Roanoke
Poe & Cronk Real Estate Group in Roanoke and Colliers International will represent Norfolk Southern in the sale of its regional headquarters office building in Roanoke.
The 203,632-square-foot building is on the market following Norfolk Southern’s decision to move 426 jobs from Roanoke to Norfolk or Atlanta.
The Norfolk Southern Building, located in the heart of the city’s downtown Central Business district at 110 Franklin Road SE, is one of Roanoke’s landmark office assets. Situated on 1.4 acres, it’s visible from nearly all points downtown and nearby I-581.
The 11-story, Class A building was built in 1992 for Norfolk Southern. It offers an elegant entrance lobby, executive offices, conference rooms and open work stations.
The building is constructed of granite and concrete and can be configured for either a single user or as a multi-tenant building.
“The availability of this property is an exceptional opportunity for Roanoke. Our marketing efforts will target prospects around the world…” Matt Huff, executive vice president & COO of Poe & Cronk, said in a statement.
The property’s marketing team consists of Huff, Ken Campbell of Colliers International in Richmond, and Phillip Parsons and Hobart Joost Jr. of Colliers International in Jacksonville.
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