Waldvogel Commercial Properties to Market the Haley Toyota Property on Franklin Road

As Carilion Clinic prepares to repurpose the former Ukrop’s building on Franklin Road as a medical facility, a parcel nearby is coming onto the market. Michael M. Waldvogel, CCIM, SIOR and Krista H. Vannoy, CCIM are the listing agents for the Haley Toyota site at 2613 & 2711 Franklin Road. (Haley Toyota is moving to a new location near Orange Avenue and Williamson Road.)

The 4.6-acre property features two buildings, totaling approximately 28,000 square feet. It is zoned for general commercial use in the City of Roanoke. The property is located in a busy commercial corridor – surrounded by strong existing businesses – with traffic counts of 17,000 vehicles per day. It is a block away from the proposed Carilion facility and within easy access of Interstate-581.

“This property presents an exciting opportunity for new business development along the Franklin Road corridor,” said Waldvogel.

Waldvogel Commercial Properties Marketing Postcard Design Recognized

Express Copy, a national leader in digital printing and direct mail, has recognized a Waldvogel Commercial Properties marketing postcard as “postcard of the week” in a recent blog post. The blogger noted the “uncluttered design” and “consistent branding,” noting that those elements “make this postcard a winner.”

Read the whole blog post here.

Angela Mahala Joins Waldvogel Commercial Properties

Angela Mahala has joined Waldvogel Commercial Properties, Inc. as controller.

A native of Salem, she brings 24 years of real estate experience to her new position. When she’s not working she enjoys spending time with her family and her grandchild.

Waldvogel Commercial Properties Brokers Sale of Retail Space

The Roanoke Times has the story about a sale brokered by Waldvogel Commercial Properties. It’s the sale of a retail property at 4335 Pheasant Ridge Road. Read more about it here.

Waldvogel Commercial Properties Assists in Canline Lease

Canline Systems, a Netherlands-based company, announced August 13 that it will open its first US facility in Roanoke County, creating 25 new jobs over the next three years. Waldvogel Commercial Properties represented the landlord of the 10,500-square-foot facility at 6525 Commonwealth Drive.

The supplier of conveyor systems for the packaging industry made its move after the announcement last week that the Ardagh Group would invest $93.5 million in the county to open a can-making facility that will employ 96 people and manufacture more than 4.5 million cans per day for food products.

Canline Systems designs and manufactures an automated conveyor system that uses magnetic and vacuum technologies to move up to 2,400 cans per minute, according to a news release by county officials.

Read the full story here.