Posted on 24 June 2014.
Ground has been broken for Two Harbour Place, at the Jetton/Griffith roundabout off I-77 Exit 30. The building’s tenants will include the regional headquarters of Valspar. (Jon Cox/DavidsonNews.net)
By JON COX
Valspar Corp., the world’s sixth largest paint company and a major supplier to home improvement retailer Lowe’s Corp., will move its Charlotte regional headquarters from Mooresville to Davidson next year, when it leases space in a new office building to be constructed off I-77 Exit 30. Valspar will be the anchor tenant in the 51,000-square-foot Two Harbor Place, which is being developed by Childress Klein at the Jetton Street/Griffith Street roundabout.
Charlotte-based Childress Klein began site work three weeks ago for the three-story building, which is across Jetton Street from Davidson Day School. With construction scheduled to be completed by February 2015, Valspar could begin the move from its current regional headquarters in Mooresville as early as next spring. Read the full story
Posted in Business, Exit 30 area, Mooresville, Planning & Development