Valet Waste, LLC, the nation’s leading provider of doorstep trash and recycling collection services, relocated their corporate headquarters to Wells Fargo Center in downtown Tampa late last year. Valet Waste wanted to provide employees with a place where they could enjoy working. “With our leases nearing expiration at previous location, we wanted to increase our efficiency and collaboration by consolidating all of our 40+ corporate employees onto one floor,” stated Bill Clarke, the company’s Chief Financial Officer. We’d say the succeeded!
Feldman Equities, LLC. and Tower Realty Partners have secured 58,422 square feet of leases (over half of the vacant office space) at Wells Fargo Center in downtown Tampa since purchasing the Class A office building in January. Larry Feldman, CEO of Feldman Equities who is a co-owner of the building, spearheads leasing efforts. He attributes their leasing success to aggressive rental rates and the recent renovations to the building. “We make it easy to do deals at our properties. We are very responsive with no cumbersome approval processes,” stated Feldman. Recent leases include five new leases, an expansion and a renewal totaling 46,269 square feet.
Valet Waste Relocating Corporate Headquarters to Wells Fargo Center
Valet Waste, the nation’s leading provider of doorstep trash and recycling collection services, leased 17,194 square feet at Wells Fargo Center. Co-brokers Mercedes Angel of Cushman & Wakefield and Abbey Dohring of The Dohring Group represented the company in the transaction.
Glenn Rasmussen, a business law firm founded in Tampa, has signed a 14,400 square foot renewal.
Harris & Hunt, P.A. has leased 4,893 square feet. The divorce and family law firm was represented by co-brokers John Fish and Scott Garlick of Cushman & Wakefield.
AVI-SPL, the world’s leading video communications partner, has leased 4,882 square feet.
The firm was represented by co-broker Jimmy Garvey of Cassidy Turley.
nSource Services, Inc. leased 1,681 square feet.
Metropolis Law leased 957 square feet.
Represented by co-broker Mike Mauger of Doyle Mcgrath
BDG Architects has signed a 2,262 square foot expansion.
Wells Fargo Center has recently undergone a multi-million dollar renovation involving the modernizing of the building systems and telecommunications infrastructure. Renovations to the multi-tenant corridors are nearly complete. The corridor renovations include new lighting, new carpeting, and bathroom upgrades. Also nearing completion are extensive upgrades to the building’s leasing amenities including a new restaurant, a high-end fitness center and a major upgrade to the parking building’s parking garage. Tenants will begin using the new facilities before year-end 2013.
Located near the Tampa Convention Center in downtown Tampa, the 22-story, 388,000 square foot Wells Fargo Center is one of Tampa’s premier Class A office buildings with unimpeded views of Hillsborough Bay, the Hillsborough River and the Downtown Tampa skyline. Anchored by Wells Fargo & Company, Phelps Dunbar and UBS, Wells Fargo Center is currently 87% leased with one of downtown Tampa’s most desirable full floor vacancies.
Over the last 20 years, Feldman Equities and Tower Realty Partners have successfully acquired and renovated millions of square feet of underperforming office buildings. The joint venture plans on implementing an aggressive renovation and leasing program at Wells Fargo Center, building on their recent success in bringing Fountain Square II from 70% to over 97% leased and City Center in downtown St. Petersburg from 44% to over 94% occupancy. These goals were accomplished within a little over two years following the acquisition of the assets.
Valet Waste, LLC, the nation’s leading provider of doorstep trash and recycling collection services, announced today the upcoming relocation of their corporate headquarters to Wells Fargo Center in downtown Tampa.
The firm, represented by co-brokers Mercedes Angell of Cushman & Wakefield and Abbey Dohring of The Dohring Group, leased 17,194 square feet.
Valet Waste, LLC currently occupies three floors in another downtown Tampa location. “With our leases nearing expiration at our current location, we wanted to increase our efficiency and collaboration by consolidating all of our 40+ corporate employees onto one floor,” stated Bill Clarke, the company’s Chief Financial Officer.
ValetWaste who began their search for a new headquarters location in July plans to occupy their new space in early December. After visiting eight properties over the past few months, Valet Waste narrowed the list to three locations including Wells Fargo Center. “The Feldman Equities team headed by Larry Feldman was a pleasure to work with throughout the entire lease process,” according to Clarke. “They met all of our search objectives with an aggressive and fair proposal.”