Move in Today, Pay No Rent til 2020

Looking for a new commercial space for the New Year? Check out Suite I in The Lofts at 7714, a retrofitted mill property located in downtown Mint Hill, just minutes from I-485. And here’s the best part, the sooner you move in the more days in December you’ll enjoy your new commercial space rent-free until January, 2020.

About Suite I

This 1,400 square foot converted industrial space features an open floor plan that can be configured for various uses. It has previously been used as a pottery studio, office space and a retail shop.

With its own private exterior entrance, employees and visitors have easy access to Suite I from the parking lot. There are two interior entrances that provide access to the building’s restrooms and common area.

The exposed ceiling and concrete floor give the space a cool industrial vibe, while its small garage door with glass door overlay lets in natural light.

Tenant has full control of its HVAC and 24/7 access to the building.

Virtual Tour of Suite I







For More Information

The price on this unique space has recently been reduced. For more information or to schedule a tour so you can take full advantage of no rent in December, contact JMMT Partnership General Managers:

  • Mary Crotty at
  • Margy Pettit at

Rare Commercial Opening in The Lofts at 7714

Dec 25, 2011 - March 9, 2012 352The Lofts at 7714 is a retrofitted industrial building located in the heart of Mint Hill. Originally built in 1945 to house a textile mill, it is the current home to eight local small businesses, many of whom have been tenants in the building for several years. In fact, openings in The Lofts at 7714 are rare and typically do not last long.

Looking for a new space for your business?

Ready to take the next step from a home office?

Want a shorter and less stressful commute to work?

Now Available: Presenting Suite I in The Lofts at 7714

IMG_1319 (1)Each space in The Lofts at 7714 is unique to the building and features remnants of the building’s industrial past. In the case of Suite I, that includes an exposed ceiling that is painted black, as well as a concrete floor painted grey.

The suite has its own exterior entrance that is close to parking and provides a measure of privacy for its visitors. In addition, it includes a small garage door with a glass door overlay to let in natural light. There is also plenty of space for signage along the exterior wall.

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Inside, the suite’s open floor plan can and has been used for multiple business types: office, retail, studio, etc. Past tenants include a pottery art studio, an apartment locating business, a wedding videographer, and a home decor store.

Tenants in The Lofts at 7714 have 24/7 access to their space and full control of their HVAC system.

IMG_1159There are two interior exits in the space that lead to an inner hallway featuring exposed brick from the building’s original exterior facade and through to the building’s common area and restrooms.

Other tenants include Spotlight Performing Arts Academy, Pottery 51, Bull Moose Guns (vintage military memorabilia), Mint Hill Yoga, Kiersten Clay Photography, McLeod Associates Architect, Rick Rorie Design (drafting services), and Summit Environmental.

Your Blank Canvas

Here is a virtual tour of the interior of Suite I.

Photos Highlighting Past Tenant Usage

Want More Information

Contact JMMT Partnership Managing Partners today to schedule your tour of Suite I in The Lofts at 7714:

  • Mary Crotty at
  • Margy Pettit at


Mint Hill: A Great Place to Start and Grow Your Small Business

High commercial rents in Charlotte’s most popular areas, like SouthPark, South End, Dilworth and Ballantyne, are often just too expensive for small businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs. Even if you manage to afford the rent, there is not much left over to hire more employees, reinvest in the business or enjoy as profit. But there’s another story going on in Mint Hill, the up-and-coming suburb to the southeast of Charlotte.

Small Town Charm Attracts New Residents

For years, Mint Hill was a sleepy suburb of Charlotte. It’s main strip — Matthews-Mint Hill Road, aka Highway 51, between Lawyers Road and Highway 218 — was mostly residential, with a few commercial properties dotted throughout, such as the old Town Hall; the local feed store, Woof ‘n Hoof; and even a former textile mill.

Today, Mint Hill’s downtown business district still exudes its small town charm while enjoying a burst of commercial development, driven by surrounding residential growth. The Woof ‘n Hoof; the living history museum, the Carl J. McEwen Historic Village; and other long-time Mint Hill mainstays now coexist alongside the new Town Hall and other recent projects, like the Shoppes at Mint Hill.

Former Textile Mill Now Home to Small Businesses

One of the remnants of Mint Hill’s past that is still standing is the former Kings Craft Hosiery Mill. Built in 1945 and located in the center of downtown, for over 45 years it provided factory jobs to Mint Hill residents.

Today, the building, now known as The Lofts at 7714, continues as an economic generator. It has been retrofitted from its past industrial usage into 10 distinct commercial spaces, currently being used by local small business owners for retail, office, educational and studio space.

Space Available in The Lofts at 7714

The Lofts at 7714 has been fully leased for over five years, with only the occasional space coming available. But here’s your chance. On October 1, Suite I is available for lease. At 1,400 square feet it has an open floor plan, enjoys its own private exterior entrance, and features an exposed ceiling and concrete floors.

It has previously been used for office space, a pottery studio, and a retail store. It is a blank canvas just waiting for your business.

For more information or to schedule a tour of Suite I, contact JMMT Partnership General Managers:

  • Margy Pettit at
  • Mary Crotty at

JMMT Partnership is a family-owned commercial real estate partnership that has owned this former mill property since 1992.


Local Photographer Moving into The Lofts at 7714

The Lofts at 7714 is excited to welcome yet another local, female small business owner to its vibrant tenant community. On September 1, Mint Hill resident and local photographer Kiersten Clay will move her current home-based studio into a 375-square foot space in this retrofitted mill building.

Kiersten follows a long line of other women-owned businesses that chose The Lofts at 7714 as their first commercial space when transitioning from a home office or studio. She joins current female-owners Angela Gordon Mills of Spotlight Performing Arts Academy (Suite B) and Bettie Shea of Mint Hill Yoga (Suite E), who have both been tenants in The Lofts at 7714 for seven years.

Several previous female-owned business tenants used their time at The Lofts at 7714 to nurture their business and launch its next growth phase, including employment attorney Lynn Leary, Cheryl Murphy of Click.Pack.Move! and most recently Pam Egleston of Vintage on the Hill.

After two years in The Lofts at 7714, Vintage on the Hill is rebranding as Goodness Gracious and moving to a larger space at 7701 Matthews-Mint Hill Road. Their move resulted in two rare openings in this retrofitted mill property. Kiersten is taking over Vintage on the Hill’s former workroom (Suite F), but their showroom (Suite I) is still available for lease.

Suite I Details:

  • Available September 1, 2019
  • Open floor plan
  • 1,400 square feet
  • Multiple use opportunities: retail, office, personal trainer or fitness studio, artist studio, etc.
  • Private entrance
  • Exposed industrial ceiling and concrete floor
  • Small garage door with glass door overlay

For more information or to schedule a tour of Suite I, contact JMMT Partnership general managers:

  • Margy Pettit at
  • Mary Crotty at

JMMT Partnership is the owner of The Lofts at 7714 and is also majority-female owned.


Spotlight Performing Arts Academy Renews Lease for Anchor Space in The Lofts at 7714

Dec 25, 2011 - March 9, 2012 352Spotlight Performing Arts Academy, Mint Hill’s premier performance-based music and theatre academy, has renewed its lease for The Lofts at 7714’s anchor space for the seventh straight year.

About Spotlight Performing Arts Academy

Spotlight first moved into this former mill property located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road in August 2012. Since then, owner Angela Gordon Mills has steadily built a loyal customer base of students of all ages enjoying individual lessons, group classes, theatre productions and summer camps.

“Spotlight Performing Arts Academy has been a terrific tenant. After the Great Recession, they were one of the first tenants to move in when we began retrofitting this building, which has been in our family since 1962,” said Mary Crotty of JMMT Partnership, the building’s owner. “Angela, her teachers and students, all helped breath new life into what was once an industrial property, giving this historically important building in Mint Hill renewed purpose.”

Upcoming Theatre Auditions

The performing art school’s next planned production is Rodger and Hammerstein’s Carousel, with auditions this weekend for actors ages 8 through adult:

  • Saturday 8/24 at 9 a.m.
  • Sunday 8/25 at 6 p.m.

The cast will present the production to the public December 6-8 and 13-15.

Fall Classes at Spotlight Performing Arts Academy

Spotlight is also now accepting registrations for fall classes in piano, voice, guitar, bass, percussion, banjo, mandolin, brass, woodwinds and string instruments.

The Lofts at 7714 – One Space Available

The Lofts at 7714 is a retrofitted mill property that consists of ten unique commercial spaces ranging from 250 to 3,600 square feet. Each space features remnants of the building’s industrial past, such as exposed ceilings and concrete floors, but they are now being used for retail, office, studio and light industrial space.

The average tenant tenure is four years, as The Lofts at 7714 provides an affordable and conveniently located space for local entrepreneurs and small businesses to grow their ventures.

There is currently one available space in The Lofts at 7714, the first opening in over two years at this popular location. The 1,400-square foot Suite I features an open floor plan, making it ideal for various uses: retail, office, artist studio or fitness space, etc.

Interested in moving your business into The Lofts at 7714? Contact JMMT Partnership General Managers for more information and to schedule a tour:

  • Margy Pettit at
  • Mary Crotty at

Suite I Is Available as of September 1.






Fall Is a Great Time for a Commercial Move

Getting tired of your existing commercial space? Or has your business outgrown your home office or current space? Consider a change, and September is the perfect time for a new beginning. Suite I in The Lofts at 7714 is coming available September 1. 

This 1,400 square foot space features an open floor plan, which can be configured for multiple uses: office, retail, studio, or hybrid office/warehouse.

Its private entrance allows visitors and customers to access it directly from the parking lot, while its two internal entrances provide easy access to the building’s common areas. 

The Lofts at 7714 is a former mill property built in 1945 and once home to the Kings Craft Hosiery Mill. Each of its 10 spaces features remnants of the building’s industrial past, including Suite I, which has an exposed industrial ceiling and concrete floor. 

Consider joining this vibrant tenant community of local small business owners and entrepreneurs, who thrive in an environment that facilitates innovation and creativity.


For more information or to schedule a tour of Suite I, email property management at:

  • Margy Pettit at
  • Mary Crotty at


Virtual Tour of Available Commercial Space in The Lofts at 7714

Looking for a new commercial home for your business? One that is affordable, convenient and distinct? Consider Suite I in The Lofts at 7714, the retrofitted former mill property in downtown Mint Hill.

At 1,400 square feet, Suite I features its own private entrance, an exposed industrial ceiling and concrete floor. Its open floor plan makes it adaptable for almost any use, office, retail or studio.

Let’s take a tour!

Suite I’s tenant and visitors enter the space from its own private entrance from The Lofts at 7714’s back parking lot.

It also has two internal entrances leading to the common area of building.

Once inside, the space can be used for a retail . . .

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Suite I is a blank canvas, just waiting for your business . . .

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For more information or to schedule an in-person tour, email

Looking for a New Commercial Home in Mint Hill?

Suite I, the largest non-street front space in The Lofts at 7714, is coming available in late summer. With an open floor plan of 1,400 square feet, exposed industrial ceiling, concrete floor and its own private entrance, the space can be used for office, retail or studio use.

The Lofts at 7714 is a retrofitted mill property located in downtown Mint Hill right on Highway 51 and minutes from I-485. Other tenants include these local entrepreneurs and businesses:

  • Spotlight Performing Arts Academy
  • Pottery 51
  • Mint Hill Yoga
  • McLeod Associates Architect
  • Rick Rorie Design and Photography
  • Vintage on the Hill (having outgrown their space in Suite I, moving across the street to a large space – opening up Suite I)
  • Summit Environmental
  • Bull Moose Guns

For more information about Suite I or to schedule a tour, contact JMMT Partnership general managers:

  • Margy Pettit at
  • Mary Crotty at

Commercial Space Coming Available Soon in The Lofts at 7714

Suite I in The Lofts at 7714 is coming available soon. This open floor plan, 1,400-square foot commercial space features an industrial-style exposed ceiling and concrete floor, its own private entrance, and two internal entrances to the building’s common area.

Located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road in the former Kings Craft Hosiery Mill, the property consists of ten commercial spaces, ranging in size from 250 to 3,600 square feet, all of which have been retrofitted from their former industrial use into creative office, retail and studio spaces.

Just like the adaptive reuse trend that is the rage in South End, NoDa and Plaza Midwood, this property provides a distinct aesthetic and creative work environment for professionals, small businesses and other entrepreneurs looking for space in growing Mint Hill, North Carolina.

Suite I can be used for retail, office or studio space. Home decor shop, Vintage on the Hill, has enjoyed it for the past two years after relocating from Midland. Business has grown and the expanded shop is re-opening just down the street at 7701 Matthews-Mint Hill Road and re-branding under a new name to be announced soon.

Suite I is the first available opening in The Lofts at 7714 in almost two years. Interested in making it your new commercial home? Contact JMMT Partnership, the owner of The Lofts at 7714, for more information:

  • Mary Crotty, general manager: email at
  • Margy Pettit, general manager: email at

Photos coming soon.


Charlotte’s Adaptive Reuse Trend Extends to Mint Hill

Charlotte’s commercial real estate market is in lock step with the national trend toward adaptive reuse (AdRu), the concept of taking industrial and other older buildings and giving them new life as creative office spaces, shops, restaurants and bars. According to the Charlotte Observer, developers and corporations are choosing to buy these former industrial properties for investment purposes or for company headquarters, in large part due to their historic character, cool factor and creative vibe.

Several recent and upcoming projects are evidence of this growing AdRu trend:

This trend is not limited to Southend, NoDa, Plaza Midwood and FreeMoreWest, all neighborhoods that have experienced a rebirth in the last decade or two. AdRu is alive and well in Mint Hill in The Lofts at 7714.

Located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road in downtown Mint Hill, the property was originally built in 1945 as the Kingcraft Hosiery Mill. When the textile mill closed in 1962, it became the home of a Formica countertop manufacturer until 1992, at which point it converted to warehouse use until a decade ago when its retrofitting began.

Re-branded as The Lofts at 7714 in 2012, this Mint Hill AdRu project has been an incubator for local small businesses ever since. It consists of 10 unique spaces, each of which enjoys elements of the buildings industrial and historic past, features that engender creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.

As the only mill property in downtown Mint Hill, amidst a backdrop of new commercial development projects, The Lofts at 7714 is a one-of-kind commercial space just outside of Charlotte proper and minutes from I-485, in one of the few areas left in Charlotte that still has significant land available for new residential development.