Waldvogel Commercial Properties Aids Virginia Community Capital in Building Purchase

Waldvogel Commercial Properties represented Virginia Community Capital, Inc. in the purchase of an office building at 110 Marshall Drive in Christiansburg. The 7,000-square-foot building was vacant at the time of the purchase, but had served as the New River Valley Bureau for The Roanoke Times. Michael Waldvogel, CCIM, SIOR, and Krista Vannoy, CCIM, represented VCC in the transaction.

“As an organization dedicated to community development and revitalization, we saw the purchase of the former Roanoke Times New River Valley Bureau as a great opportunity to honor our commitment to community development by renovating an existing structure that had been vacant for some time, while also demonstrating our commitment to a local presence in southwest Virginia,” said Clyde Cornett, Chief Financial Officer of VCC.

“We are pleased to have assisted VCC in finding an existing building that allows them to continue their commitment to the community,” said Waldvogel.

Waldvogel Commercial Properties Assists MacAulay-Brown in New Lease

MacAulay-Brown, Inc., a provider of advanced engineering services for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies, has leased 13,000 square feet of office space at the Pheasant Ridge Office Park off Route 220 in Roanoke. Michael Waldvogel, CCIM, SIOR, and Krista Vannoy, CCIM, represented MacAuley-Brown in the lease.

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Waldvogel Commercial Properties Promotes Celie Holmes

Celie Holmes has been promoted to sales and leasing agent at Waldvogel Commercial Properties. She has been the marketing and transaction coordinator since December 2011.

Before joining the firm, Holmes had more than 21 years experience in business, 14 of which were spent in real estate: development, finance, administrative, and marketing support for a large Roanoke-area builder. She is on the board at Attic Productions in Fincastle (Botetourt County’s community theater) and directs two a cappella choruses: The Smith Mountain Lake Harmeneers and the Star City Sounds Chorus. She enjoys singing a repertoire of classic jazz standards and performs at local wineries and restaurants. Her other interests include small engine tinkering, hiking and graphic design.

McKnight Garner and Scott Campbell join Waldvogel Commercial Properties

McKnight “Mac” U. Garner has joined Waldvogel Commercial Properties, Inc. as a commercial and investment sales agent, and Scott Campbell is the new assistant property manager.

Garner, a Galax, VA native, brings a rich and varied background to his new commercial real estate role. A 2003 graduate of Hampden-Sydney College, he has worked as a high school teacher, in health sciences at Wake Forest University and as a chemist at Dominion Resources’ North Anna and Surry Power Stations.

He and his wife moved to the Roanoke area from Seattle. They have a 19-month-old daughter and are expecting another girl later this fall. They are fitness enthusiasts who enjoy running. They also like to cheer on the Seattle Seahawks.

Scott Campbell is a native of Salem, VA. He graduated from Virginia Tech in May 2014 with a degree in residential property management and a minor in real estate.

He was a track and field athlete at Virginia Tech, where he did the decathlon and was a member of the three-time Atlantic Coast Conference championship team. He enjoys spending time outdoors, hunting and hiking. He also likes cheering on Virginia Tech, the Washington Nationals and the Washington Redskins.

Roanoke Times Coverage of the YWCA Building Sale

From The Roanoke Times: “The former YWCA building at 605 First St. in downtown Roanoke has new owners.

A developer, under the company name of First and Franklin LLC, has purchased the property for $615,000. Michael Waldvogel of Waldvogel Commercial Properties, who brokered the sale, said the new buyers are still evaluating the building in order to determine specifically what it will be used for. But part of it will likely be turned into a residential project.”

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