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SOLD: Traemoor Village

Berkeley Capital Advisors is pleased to announce the sale of Traemoor Village, a 76, 325 SF retail center located in Hope Mills (Fayetteville MSA), North Carolina. The Center is anchored by Harris Teeter. Rob Carter, Alex Quarrier and David Webb of Berkeley Capital Advisors arranged the transaction.

Apr 17 at 12:23pm

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Tom Fox part of Clemson Panel Discussion

On October 20, 2011, Tom Fox was a guest panelist at the Clemson University roundtable discussion for the SC American Planning Association. The topic for this panel session was, Developers: Partners or Antagonists? Tom and other select participants at the discussion analyzed the varying factors and determinants for a fair and effective relationship between developers and planners.

On November 26, 2012, Tom Fox was a guest lecturer in the Real Estate Development Process class for the Master of Real Estate Development Program at Clemson University.

Apr 09

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New Harris Teeter in Traemoor Village gets a super welcome

Fayetteville Observer

The 24-hour Harris Teeter anchors a new retail development, Traemoor Village, in the Stony Point community. Nine of the shopping center's dozen tenants have been nailed down and are expected to open soon. Among them, a McDonald's restaurant is scheduled to break ground in the next 30 to 45 days, said developer Tom Fox of Fox Commercial Properties of Greenville, S.C.

Sep 21

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CBRE/Raleigh Secures New Retailers for Traemoor Village

Carolina Commercial E-Newsletter

Several new retailers have signed leases to open at Traemoor Village, a 76, 210-square-foot shopping center in Fayetteville. The development is a joint venture between Fox Commercial Properties and Harris Teeter Supermarkets.

Sep 13

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Rivertowne Place, South Carolina's First LEED-Registered Shopping Center, Received LEED Silver

Rivertowne Place, South Carolina’s first LEED-registered shopping center, has been awarded LEED® Silver Certification, according to Tom Fox, Partner-in-Charge of Fox Capital Partners, the Greenville-based developer.

Jul 24

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Harris Teeter Opens at Rivertowne Place

Carolinas Commercial Properties E-Newsletter

Harris Teeter has opened its newest grocery store within Rivertowne Place in Mount Pleasant. The 55, 000-square-foot location is the chain's newest prototype, which puts an emphasis on sustainability.

Jun 28 at 4:03pm

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Green Shopping Center Plans June Opening

The Post and Courier

Rivertowne Place, South Carolina's first shopping center registered under the Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design rating system, will open in Mt. Pleasant in mid-June with a new Harris Teeter prototype grocery and three new tenants, according to Tom Fox of Fox Commercial Properties, the Greenville-based developer.

Apr 26

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Three Leases Signed for Rivertowne Place

Carolinas Commercial Properties eNewsletter

Greenville, SC-based Fox Commercial Properties has completed three leases at its Rivertowne Place retail development in Mt. Pleasant. O'Brions Pub & Restaurant will occupy 3, 600 square feet of restaurant space.

Apr 26

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Fox signs three more tenants for Rivertowne Place

Press Release

Rivertowne Place, South Carolina’s first LEED-registered shopping center is on schedule to open in Mt. Pleasant, SC, in mid-June 2010 with a new Harris Teeter prototype and three new tenants, according to Tom Fox, Partner-in-Charge of Fox Capital Partners, the Greenville- based developer.

Apr 21

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Tom Fox speaks about “green” development.

Tom Fox was the guest speaker at a ULI South Carolina breakfast meeting held at Coffee Underground in Greenville, SC on June 25, 2009. He spoke to the Upstate Young Leaders Group (a group of Young Leaders under the age of 35 who are all members of Urban Land Institute) about "green” development and his company’s Rivertowne Place Shopping Center - a Harris Teeter anchored development in Mt. Pleasant, SC and the first LEED registered shopping center in the state.

Mar 30

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Greening the Recession

Southeast Real Estate Business

In this down economy, owners and developers are looking to save money wherever they can. With rent prices dropping and tenants asking for more and more concessions, pursuing Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification for an existing property or a new development might seem like a needless expense. When developers can no longer obtain construction loans for projects, making a building green is the last thing on their mind.

Aug 30

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Local Green Building has impact on global community

Charleston Green Guide 2010

When people consider the advantages of building a green structure, there are obvious ones the owner often experiences, including tax credits, lower utility bills and increase property value - as well as knowing they've done something to help the environment.

Aug 16

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REBusiness Online

Greenville, S.C.-based Fox Capital Partners is developing Rivertowne Place, a grocery-anchored shopping center, to LEED specifications. The property is located on Highway 41 in Mt. Pleasant. Rivertowne will spotlight a new Harris Teeter prototype in addition to providing space for restaurants and retail tenants.

Jun 30

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Fox Commericial Breaks Ground on Rivertowne Place

Carolina Commercial Properties

Greenville, SC-based Fox Commercial Properties has broken ground on Rivertowne Place, a LEED-registered shopping center in Mt. Pleasant. Located at the entrance to Park West on Highway 41, the grocery-anchored center will feature the latest Harris Teeter prototype. Rivertowne Place is South Carolina's first shoppping center registered under the LEED Green Building Rating System.

May 19

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Greenville developer eyes state's first LEED-certified shopping center

GSA Business Journal

Greenville-based developers will break ground next week on what could become the state’s first LEED-certified shopping center.

May 13

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Green shopping center to start construction in Mount Pleasant

Charleston Regional Business Journal

Developers will break ground next week on a new shopping center in Mount Pleasant that will be anchored by a green Harris Teeter grocery store.

May 12

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