Locally Owned, Locally Operated, Locally Occupied, and NOW LEASING

Originally built as the King Craft Hosiery Mill, the property located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road and now known as The Lofts at 7714 is unusual for Mint Hill commercial real estate in more ways than its original use, surviving architecture, and historic significance.

When the mill closed down in the early 1960s, the Healy family bought the property and housed its business there until the early 1990s, at which point the next generation of the family took over and continues to own and operate the property today.

The local roots of the building extend beyond its ownership: the majority of the tenants leasing the commercial spaces in The Lofts at 7714 are local residents of Mint Hill. There business entities range from yoga and pottery studios to performing arts, website design, and wedding videography. All chose to locate their business within their home town for its convenience, community-orientation, and, of course, its affordability.

Now is your chance to do the same.

A rare vacancy in The Lofts at 7714 is coming available in June 2017. Suite A is one of only three street-front spaces within the property, and the first one to be available in over five years. This 2,700 square foot space features high ceilings, brick wall remnants of the building’s original exterior, its own private front entrance, and loads of space to accommodate many different business types.

For more information about Suite A of The Lofts at 7714 in Mint Hill, Contact JMMT Partnership (the Healy family) via managing partners Margy Pettit (mhpettit@aol.com) and Mary Crotty (marycrottywriting@gmail.com).


Posted on March 23, 2017, in In the News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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