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SOLD 200 Union Street

200-206 Union Street, Saint John, New Brunswick

The property at 200 Union Street, known by many as the former Academy of Hair Design, has new owners.

The property was purchased by a couple from New Brunswick. The property is commercial on the ground floor and has 6 residential units on the second floor. The new owners intend to use the ground floor for a new retail establishment. Details on that to come at a later date.

The building has a long history in Saint John. The original business was “Jacks Men’s Wear”. It was owned by Jack Levine and eventually his son Ellis Levine. Former Saint John Mayor Sam Davis designed the building for Jack Levine. You can still see the name “JACK” inlayed in a tile mosaic by the sidewalk near the main entrance.

This is just one more in a string of recent announcements about an exciting revitalization that is happening along Union Street and in the Waterloo Village area.

 

Stephanie Turner, Partners Global, was the listing agent. Lee Yuyang, Re/Max Professionals Saint John represented the buyers.

JLL (NYSE: JLL) enters partnership with Partners Global Corporate Real Estate

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JLL has announced the formation of a strategic partnership with Partners Global as well as two other Canadian regional commercial real estate providers. The partnership will allow JLL to expand it’s services in to Atlantic Canada as well as Saskatchewan (ICR Commercial Real Estate ) and Manitoba (Capital Commercial).

“We are delighted to join forces with our new partners who are all commercial real estate leaders within their local markets” says Brett Miller, JLL Canada. “We’ve selected our new partners based on our mutual commitment to teamwork, ethics and excellence.”

Partners Global is a proud Atlantic Canadian company that recognizes the opportunity to provide its clients with access to national and international markets, investors and funds. In turn, JLL can provide expertise in the local Atlantic Canadian market for its national and global clients, and as a result, major multi-nationals use Partners Global to handle their property transactions locally.

JLL is the brand name, and registered trademark, of Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated. JLL is a Fortune 500 company with annual fee revenue of $5.2 Billion and gross revenue of $6.0 billion. They operate in more than 80 countries and have a global workforce of more than 60,000.

For more information about this new partnership and the companies involved view the PRESS RELEASE

Q2 Newsletter. New Brand…New Format…New Listings!

Check out my first newsletter with Partners Global. A sincere thank you to Laura Lunn, Marketing Assistance/Intern for all her hard work in crafting the look and for her patience with the tedious job of getting it “just right”.

P.S. If you’re looking for a cracker jack marketing person…Laura’s 5 week work term is done this week and she’s looking for full time employment!

VIEW Q2 2015 Commercial Real Estate NEWSLETTER HERE or click on image below.

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Partners Global welcomes real estate pro Stephanie Turner

Only a week after announcing a joint venture with Brunswick Brokers to form our Saint John office, today we announced that senior real estate professional Stephanie Turner is joining our firm in Saint John.  She previously worked with Cushman & Wakefield Atlantic in its commercial sales and leasing group.

facebook bannerREAD THE ENTIRE PRESS RELEASE HERE   Partners Global is quickly establishing itself as Atlantic Canada’s top real estate brokerage and advisory services firm.  With a strong base of experienced advisors we can offer clients local expertise matched with global reach.

Open concept or privates offices?

Are you questioning your open concept office? Are you wondering what the “experts” say on the topic?

A recent article on www.bbc.com called “The victims of open offices are pushing back” stated the following:

“Many people are growing frustrated with the din and distractions of the modern office, where they sit at crowded desks or tables without any physical barriers separating them from their neighbours.”

“The world has put all the focus on collaboration with people thrown in a big room together, but you have to be more thoughtful than that,” said Martha Clarkson, Microsoft’s global workplace strategist. “When you put people in a communal environment, it won’t work if you don’t provide privacy. They need alternative spaces for thinking time, whether it’s focus rooms, lounges, patios or outside walking areas.”

Read the entire article here >>> http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20140911-open-office-victims-push-back

Looking for ideas for creative meeting rooms?

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Image of “Beach Hut” Meeting Room via Atlantic Business Interiors www.atlanticbusinessinteriors.com