UPDATED — TECT Aerospace has signed a new lease for 5,600 square feet at the R.H. Garvey Building at 300 W. Douglas.
The firm will take about half of the first floor.
This brings the building’s occupancy, along with the occupancy at the O.W. Garvey Building at 200 W. Douglas, to 100 percent for now.
“That’s a neat feeling to have,” says Larry Weber of Builders Inc., which owns the buildings. “I can’t tell you the last time that that had happened.”
Marty Gilchrist and Grant Tidemann of J.P. Weigand & Sons represented TECT in the deal.
TECT currently has its headquarters at 2872 N. Ridge Road.
A couple of its new neighbors at the Garvey Center will be leaving or downsizing in the next couple of weeks.
Attorney Mark Kahrs is vacating 2,500 square feet on the first floor of the O.W. Garvey Building.
Harrington Health, which has two and a half floors in the R.H. Garvey Building is giving back half a floor.
“They’re consolidating their spaces,” Weber says.
Still, he says he’s pleased with what’s happening at the Garvey buildings and in downtown in general.
“There is a lot happening in downtown right now,” Weber says.
“Downtown is alive and well.”