Hilliker Corporation, a St. Louis owned and managed commercial real estate company, recently assisted a female-focused co-working company in the purchase of a historical treasure.
Carpe Diem Coworking, St. Louis’ first women in business coworking space, recently purchased a 120-year-old Queen Anne historic building located at 14356 Manchester Rd. for $252,500. The 5,000-square-foot property is situated on nearly half an acre and has 16 parking spaces. Jennifer Loeffel is the founder of the company, which will open its doors mid-January. The facility will offer daily drop in usage, as well as monthly membership, for small female-focused businesses seeking a supportive community with office amenities.
Corporate sponsors include Habitat for Humanity, Ikea, Lowe’s, Pitdorable, St. Charles Furniture, Servpro, and Texas Roadhouse.
Hilliker Corporation broker Rebecca Suen represented the buyer, Barloes Development, LLC and Cushman & Wakefield brokers Scott Dunwoody and Paddy Mullen represented the seller, The Foundation of BJC. For further details about the buyer, call (314) 570-6747 or visit http://www.carpediemcoworking.com.
Hilliker Corporation, which targets regional and national entrepreneurs, is St. Louis’ largest locally owned independent commercial real estate company located at 1401 S. Brentwood Blvd. The firm’s agents, who each average over 15 years of experience, have completed more than 10,000 sales and leases for industrial, office, retail and institutional clients since its inception in 1985.
For more information, visit their website at www.hillikercorp.com.