There’s only one commercial space available in The Lofts at 7714, the former textile mill located in downtown Mint Hill. And it could be yours.
Suite H has just been painted and re-carpeted, so no upfitting work required on your part. Just move in and you’ll be ready for business in your new space by July 1st.
500-Square Foot Office in Mint Hill
This interior commercial space consists of three areas:
- A small reception area with an external window
- A middle hallway big enough for shelving or a work station that also includes a closet for additional storage
- A larger back area with an external window, another storage closet, and two portable cabinets
Digital Tour of Commercial Space in The Lofts at 7714
JMMT Partnership, the owner of The Lofts at 7714 is now conducting on-site tours again. Contact property management at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule your tour.
In the meantime, take a virtual tour of this 500-square foot commercial space.
Don’t miss out on the latest commercial lease opportunity in Mint Hill’s only surviving mill property located in its downtown business district. The 500-square foot Suite H is currently being given a face lift. By July 1st, this three-room suite will be ready for its newest tenant.
Three Rooms Perfect for Multiple Uses
This suite consists of three rooms and plenty of space for its occupants:
- A front reception room of approximately 100 square feet that features an external window and an attractive visitor entrance.
- A middle hallway area large enough for a work station or inventory/supply shelving, in addition to its own storage closet.
- A back room large enough for multiple desks or work areas. It also has an external window, its own closet, two movable cabinets, and two desks.
This space has been used for various purposes by previous tenants, including as a fitness studio, law firm, and drafting/photography studio. It can work for your business, too.
Be the First to Tour Suite H
In the market for an office, studio, or other type of commercial space in downtown Mint Hill? Don’t look any further than The Lofts at 7714. Schedule your tour of Suite H today by emailing property management at email@example.com.
The building in downtown Mint Hill now known as The Lofts at 7714 has a long and storied mill and manufacturing history as an economic producer for the local economy and as a provider of jobs for local residents. Today, as a retrofitted mill property it is generating new history as the place for Mint Hill’s female entrepreneurs.
Eight of the ten unique commercial spaces within The Lofts at 7714 are now occupied, and a majority five of those eight are occupied by female owned businesses:
- Spotlight Performing Arts Academy owned by Angela Gordon Mills: This performing arts academy offers individual and group instruction for voice, musical instrument and theatre. They also offer summer camps for kids aged 4 through 17. Check it out at http://www.spotlightacademyonline.com.
- Mint Hill Yoga owned by Bettie Shea: This yoga studio offers a wide range of yoga styles for every body, from the beginner to the experienced practitioner. They also offer Friday night workshops and have recently announced two off site yoga retreats. Check it out at http://www.minthillyoga.com.
- Employment Practices Counsel, Inc. owned by Lynn Leary: Founded by attorneys specializing in employment law, this is the place where businesses go to get answers about all things related to creating, managing, and maintaining a solid employee base. Check it out at http://www.epcounsel.com.
- Click.Pack.Move! owned by Cheryl Murphy: Since 1996, this firm has been helping people move to Charlotte. They offer a free apartment locating service, apartment tours, area tours and other real estate services. Check it out at http://www.clickpackmove.com.
- JMMT Partnership: The owner and property manager of the building known as The Lofts at 7714 for over twenty years, this partnership has a majority female ownership in the three daughters of John and Margaret Healy who bought the building in 1963, for a total of over fifty years in the family.
For more information about The Lofts at 7714, contact one of the Managing Partners: Margy Pettit at 704-491-1472 or Mary Crotty at 704-968-8286.
Just over a year and a half after opening its yoga studio in The Lofts at 7714, Mint Hill Yoga is more than doubling its studio space within this retrofitted mill building in the heart of downtown Mint Hill. The popularity within the Mint Hill community for the studio and its teachers has been enormous. With its expanded studio space, Mint Hill Yoga will be able to accommodate the high demand from interested students by featuring larger class sizes. In addition, with more space, Mint Hill Yoga will be able to expand its offerings for seniors and others with special needs, a key mission of the studio.
Mint Hill Yoga provides a variety of yoga classes for beginners to experienced practitioners, as well as monthly workshops. For more information about the studio, its yoga class schedule and more, visit www.minthillyoga.com.
The Lofts at 7714 is the home of seven local entrepreneurs, professionals and artists. For more information about this commercial space in Mint Hill, visit www.theloftsat7714.com.
Pottery 51’s Second Friday reception and studio tour is this Friday, November 8th from 6:30 to 9 pm at the studio located in The Lofts at 7714. This month’s featured artists are long-time Pottery 51 leader David Bridge and Althea Mead-hajduk.
Pottery 51’s studio houses 26 local potters who spin and bake their clay works on site. The end results are displayed in the front gallery as well as in each potter’s individual space, which makes Friday night’s reception the perfect time to start your holiday shopping. Forget the “same old, same old” gifts this year. Give a truly unique gift – a piece made by a local artist in Mint Hill.
Come spend this Friday night in a new way at Pottery 51’s Second Friday event.
The Lofts at 7714, Mint Hill’s only mill property retrofitted into 10 unique commercial loft spaces, is located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road in downtown Mint Hill.
It’s not too early to think about your New Year’s Resolution. Make a different kind of resolution this year – one that truly enriches your mind, body and spirit. Starting in January, Mint Hill Yoga will offer a Yoga Book Club, which will meet on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm starting on January 8th.
Consider making this your resolution. For only $5 per week, pre-registered participants will enjoy tea and cookies while they discuss reading and what it means for them on and off the mat. Pre-registration will be available on www.minthillyoga.com in mid November.
The first book up for discussion is The Bhagavad Gita translated by Stephen Mitchell. Bettie Shea, the owner of Mint Hill Yoga, describes it as the story of Arjuna, a young warrior on the battlefield, and his encounter with Krishna, who is God incarnate. The entire story is a conversation between the two about life and death, the after life and spirituality. It is a story you will truly never forget.
For more information about yoga classes in Mint Hill, Friday night workshops at the studio and this Yoga Book Club, visit www.minthillyoga.com.
Mint Hill Yoga is located in the interior of The Lofts at 7714, a retrofitted mill property in downtown Mint Hill with available commercial space.
Did you know that four of the current seven tenants within The Lofts at 7714 are women-owned businesses? It’s true. The majority of businesses within our vibrant tenant community are led by females. As a real estate partnership with a majority female ownership, JMMT Partnership, the owner of The Lofts at 7714, is proud to assist women business owners get their start or expand their business with affordable rents in Mint Hill’s most unique commercial property, the former Kingcraft Hosiery Mill.
There are three spaces currently available in The Lofts at 7714, including a move-in ready 685 square foot commercial space. Are you a female small business owner looking for space? Then come check out The Lofts at 7714, located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road in downtown Mint Hill.
You will have plenty of company. Meet our outstanding women business owners…
Angela Gordon Mills of Spotlight Performing Arts Academy: As a long-time performer and teacher, Angela opened Spotlight Performing Arts Academy in August 2012 in order to fulfill her dream of owning and managing her own performing arts school. Spotlight is the most convenient and rewarding place for Mint Hill children, teens and adults to begin, expand or perfect their voice, musical instrument or theatre skills.
Bettie Shea of Mint Hill Yoga: Since opening her own yoga studio in The Lofts at 7714 a little over a year ago, Bettie’s business has grown tremendously. She and two other instructors offer multiple classes per week in a variety of yoga styles, including senior yoga, Vinyasa, gentle Hatha, Fusion, Slow Flow and Deep Stretch. They also offer Friday night workshops.
Lynn Leary of Employment Practices Counsel: Lynn and her staff offer a wide array of human resource and employment services including consulting on employee relations; issue response and internal investigations; a subscription-based HR service; policy and procedure development; background screening; and training and development.
Cheryl Murphy of Click.Pack.Move!: Cheryl and her staff assist individual clients and groups relocating to the Charlotte area find the ideal apartment choice. In her 17 years in business, Cheryl has built a strong reputation for quality and service within the local real estate market.
October marks the two year anniversary of Asylum Digital Recording Studio’s move into The Lofts at 7714. JMMT Partnership, the owners of The Lofts at 7714, welcomed Asylum Digital in October of 2011. Owner Scott Slagle spent the first several months of his tenancy transforming his space from a former cabinet shop into his artistically designed and decorated three room space, which includes an 850 square foot live room and a 300 square foot control room. In addition to recording and mixing, Asylum Digital also offers graphic and web design services and photography.
To join Asylum Digital in this retrofitted mill property, contact general managers Margy Pettit (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mary Crotty (email@example.com). There is currently a 685 square foot, move-in ready commercial space available in this downtown Mint Hill location.
Located directly on Matthews-Mint Hill Road in downtown Mint Hill, The Lofts at 7714 has a few remaining spaces available for commercial lease. This vintage building, originally erected as a textile mill in 1945, has recently been retrofitted into commercial lofts for local professionals, merchants, entrepreneurs and artists. It offers prospective tenants the opportunity to get in on this up-and-coming building at the start. Current tenants have transformed their spaces, which were once used for industrial purposes, into eclectic, unique and creative spaces for their businesses.
Available Commercial Space in The Lofts at 7714
- Suite E: 685 square foot finished, internal space, which features three rooms, built-in bookshelves and plenty of light.
- Suite F: 375 square foot unfinished, internal space, adjacent to Suite E providing the opportunity to combine the two for those in the market for 1,000 square feet.
- Suite D: 600-800 square foot undeveloped, internal space that literally provides a blank canvas for prospective tenants to create their own unique work space.
A new space has come available in The Lofts at 7714, the retrofitted mill property located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road in downtown Mint Hill. This 1,400 square foot space was recently vacated by Pottery 51 who moved into a larger 3,400 square foot, street front space in The Lofts. The parcel has its own exterior entrance, as well as a garage door entrance, and two interior entrances for easy access to the common areas of the building.
The concrete floor and raftered ceiling lend the space its vintage vibe and offer loads of possibility for a tenant looking for a unique space to make their own. Other tenants in this recently transformed building have painted or stained the concrete floors in their spaces to bring out their natural beauty, as well as painted their raftered ceilings black or dark grey in order to up the aesthetic affect.
This 1,400 square feet would be perfect for a dance or artists studio or for a professional office with an artistic bent. To view the space, contact Mary Crotty at 704-968-8286 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lofts at 7714 is owned by JMMT Partnership, a locally owned commercial real estate partnership that consists of the family of John C. Healy. The building has been in the Healy family for 49 years.