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The Foundry at Raymond

We've got a name for our newest project:
700 Raymond is now
The Foundry at Raymond.

Our project is now ready for leasing and we're really excited about how the building is turning out. We have a number of interested parties and anticipate being able to announce our first tenants very soon.

Originally built in the 1920's our building was built as a foundry. Later it was used for over 40 years by National Mower Company, a business owned by the Kinkaid family. They made the large mowers used on golf courses.

We would love to give you a tour of the site. It has lots of windows and will have a beautifully landscaped lot for tenants to enjoy. We've incorporated many green features including reusing wood and brick from other projects. We also are using windows that actually open - something many of our tenants have asked for in the past. The old brick and iron trusses offer a unique feel to the building that you just don't get in today's construction.

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