Cassidy Turley Helps Two Clients Obtain Energy Star Designation
- Aug 23, 2012
The Northdale Executive Center I and the Tampa Electric Company building have recently received the Energy Star designation from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Both buildings are managed by Cassidy Turley, a company known for helping clients to ensure their properties incorporate sustainable practices that are both cost-effective and environmentally sustainable. The two buildings join a growing number of properties managed by Cassidy Turley that have earned Snergy Star designation.
“Energy efficiency is and always has been an important part of Cassidy Turley’s strategy as we achieve results for our clients across the triple bottom line of people, planet and profit,” said Holly Hughes, senior managing director of property management with Cassidy Turley. “We are proud to have achieved the Energy Star designation of Northdale Executive Center I and of the TECO building as it represents one of the most widely recognized standards out there to evaluate a building.”
Both properties are located in Tampa. Northdale Executive Center I is an 88,745-square-foot Class-A office building set at 3820 Northdale Blvd., and the Tampa Electric Company’s headquarters is a 324,390-square-foot building at 702 N. Franklin Street.
In other local news, Institutional Property Advisors has announced closing on the sale of Runaway Bay, a 192-unit multifamily property located in Pinellas Park, a central Pinellas County city within the Tampa Bay Area. Jamie B. May, an executive director of IPA, represented the seller, AIMCO. The buyer is J.I. Kislak Inc.
Constructed in 1985 on 14.5 acres, Runaway Bay is composed of 12 two-story residential buildings with an average unit size of 862 square feet located at 4701 88th Ave. North in Pinellas Park. There are 80 one-bedroom units, 24 two-bedroom/one-bath apartments, 24 two-bedroom/one-and-a-half-bath units and 64 two-bedroom/two-bath apartments. Approximately 35 percent of the unit interiors have been renovated.