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Five new companies move into Huntersville business park

Five businesses will move into The Park-Huntersville, a Lake Norman business park, and several more will renew their leases amid continued growth in the region north of Charlotte. The Alexander Building, pictured, is one of more than a dozen buildings comprising The Park – Huntersville.
Five businesses will move into The Park-Huntersville, a Lake Norman business park, and several more will renew their leases amid continued growth in the region north of Charlotte. The Alexander Building, pictured, is one of more than a dozen buildings comprising The Park – Huntersville.

Five businesses will move into a Lake Norman business park and several more will renew their leases amid continued growth in the region north of Charlotte.

The companies moving into The Park-Huntersville are:

▪ Stanley Black & Decker, an industrial and household manufacturer headquartered in Connecticut, will consolidate operations from two Charlotte locations and lease 42,800 square feet.

▪ GF Machining Solutions, a Switzerland-based company which provides machines, automation and services to parts and tool manufacturers, will lease 21,400 square feet.

▪ Amerock Hardware, a decorative hardware company based in Mooresville, will lease 17,100 square feet.

▪ Crescent Bank and Trust, based in New Orleans, will lease 2,100 square feet.

▪ The Abel Law Group, an Austin, Texas firm establishing a Charlotte office, will lease 1,300 square feet.

Seven other companies renewed leases at the business park: FANUC Robotics America Corp., Biocytics Inc., Pratt & Miller Engineering, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, KeyImpact Sales & Systems and McLaren Applied Technologies.

Taylor Blatchford: 704-358-5354, @blatchfordtr

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