Griffith Real Estate Services Company
Griffith Real Estate Services Company is a full service commercial real estate firm located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Griffith Real Estate Services markets and manages real estate assets owned by the E.C. Griffith Company. Griffith Real Estate Services was formed in 1992 but its real estate roots and history can be traced back to E.C. Griffith, Sr. and The E.C. Griffith Company, which began operation in 1912. As one of Charlotte’s oldest family owned real estate firms, it has developed for some of Charlotte’s leading institutions for the past 100 years. The E.C. Griffith Company is well known for having developed the Eastover community and portions of Myers Park which began in the 1920’s.
Griffith Real Estate Services was recently involved in the planning, leasing and property management of Museum Medical Plaza II at 3030 Randolph Road, for Mecklenburg Medical Group, Carolina Rehabilitation, Southeast Pain and Pediatric Associates. This timeless example of classic design and optimum facilities planning was completed for Carolinas Healthcare System which is North Carolina’s largest hospital system and healthcare provider. This project is an example of how Griffith Real Estate Services can deliver the complete spectrum of real estate services for your firm and can maximize the clear message you want to send to your clients or patients throughout the design and look of your new practice, headquarters or retail business.
Griffith Real Estate Services’ portfolio is diversified in all product types to serve your business. Airport 85 Business Park provides Industrial Flex space near the Airport, U.S. Postal Facility & I-85 / I-485; Woodlawn Crossing Shopping Center has Retail Space on Charlotte’s Blue Lynx Light Rail Line; Tyvola Executive Park provides the ideal Office Headquarters in a campus-like environment; and Eastover Ridge Apartments provides luxury living adjacent to the historic Eastover community.
The 2008 Project Award was presented by Pilot View RC&D board president Al Engler to James R. Griffith, Jr. and the E.C. Griffith Company for the West Fork of Linville River project in Avery County. The torrential rains and flooding that accompanied back-to-back Hurricanes Frances and Ivan in 2004 seriously eroded many tributaries in western North Carolina and destroyed substantial aquatic habitat. Trout Unlimited teamed with the Avery County Soil and Water Conservation District to approach land owners in the area, including the family farm owned by the E.C. Griffith family, about restoring some of these streams.