Office space available at Three Resource Square

Jun 14, 2016 | Economic Development

Three Resource SquareThree Resource Square, a Class-A office building in University Research Park, has up to 33,000 sf available for lease, including 15,523 sf of contiguous space on the second floor.

Three Resource Square is at 10815 David Taylor Drive. Six spaces are available in the four-story building, the smallest being 4,096 sf.

The building has ample parking (ration 6.5/1,000 sf). Amenities include a fitness center with showers, scenic outdoor dining patio and several walking trails. The building has dual-feed fiber provided by Time Warner.

Three Resource Square is close to many hotels, dining and other services, including several restaurants within a half mile. The site is also within 5 minutes of I-77, I-85 and I-485; 15 minutes of uptown Charlotte; and 20 minutes of Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. UNC Charlotte, a major urban research university with 28,000 students, is also within 10 minutes.

Republic Services, America’s No. 2 solid-waste management company, recently leased 82,375 sf in Three Resource Square. The company has announced plans to hire 350 people for one of three nationwide service centers. Other companies with offices nearby in University Research Park include Electrolux, TIAA, IBM, Duke Energy and Wells Fargo.

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For additional information, contact listing broker Joe Franco, Senior Vice President for Cushman & Wakefield, at 704-887-3035 or View the listing on LoopNet.


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