The NC Research Campus (NCRC) and commercial real estate brokerage company Harris Morrison of Concord are teaming up to market the available shell space in the NCRC Medical Plaza.
Located at 5 Chestnut Avenue in downtown Kannapolis, the building has a total of 30,000 square feet of Class A medical and professional space available, 20,000 on the third floor and 10,000 on the first floor. The space can be subdivided into units as small as 1,000 square feet.
The anchor tenant is Carolinas Healthcare System. Their affiliated practices, Cabarrus Family Medicine and Kannapolis Internal Medicine, occupy the second floor, and an imaging center fills half of the first floor.
Clyde Higgs, vice president of business development for the NRC, emphasizes that a tenant improvement allowance is provided by Castle & Cooke, the developers of the NCRC, to build out the space to match a company’s specific needs.
“For companies looking for a modern, professional setting to headquarter their business, there isn’t another location like this in Cabarrus County,” said Harris Morrison, CCIM, principal manager of the Harris Morrison Company. “The NCRC Medical Plaza is a great option for medical or professional companies to consider if they are in need of a new office or want to expand locations.”
The building faces Dale Earnhardt Boulevard and is adjacent to downtown Kannapolis. It is across the street from Cabarrus Health Alliance and near Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Village Park and the Kannapolis municipal center that is under construction on the NCRC.
The building is also minutes away from I-85 via Highway 29 or Highway 3 and the Kannapolis Parkway. There is ample parking, security card access, a fire suppression sprinkler system, two elevators and an attractive lobby.
According to Morrison, the building should be considered by more than doctors, scientists, healthcare businesses and lab testing companies.
“Look at DataChambers, a technology company, building on the campus,” Morrison said. “You don’t have to be a doctor or scientist to be in the building. Attorneys, accountants, financial planners and educational organizations are a great fit too. The NCRC and Kannapolis are just a great place for business.”