Intelica CRE's Joel Meyer assisted the landlord at 7700 Clayton Road, a.k.a. Clayton Plaza, in procuring a new tenant. Nursing Specialties, Inc. leased 1,726 SF of office space.
Nursing Specialties President, Amy LeCave, RN BSN, describes her decision making process when selecting Clayton Plaza as the new location for her company, as well as her experience with Intelica CRE:
"After months of viewing a myriad of office sites to expand my businesses of 20 years, I knew the search was over after my tour at 7700 Clayton Road. As a native St. Louisan, I was familiar with the location and twin buildings, drab, dated and consistently appearing vacant. That is no longer the case. The recent renovation is now a welcoming sight for sore eyes and offers classy curb appeal with a stunning interior build out.
Hands down, Intelica has been exemplary in its personal approach to customer service and accommodation. The process of designing the build-out to meet my needs has been seamless and expeditious, and accompanied with competitive pricing, I am proud to be a new tenant.
As a business owner, of course physical location is key. Not only does 7700 Clayton offer easy access to a multitude of businesses, highways and convenient parking, I have confidence in Intelica’s goal to congregate a diverse pool of industries and services in one location, avoiding a surplus of similar competing companies at one site. This is an integral component to any business growth as Intelica understands and supports.
To summarize the nuts and bolts of it, Nursing Specialties, Inc. has a new home base that comes with a spacious, modern build-out, stellar location and new face, represented by a local property owner and manager. From the brokers to the sales team to designers and architects, my experience has been nothing but positive and you can bet your bottom dollar I will be a tenant for many years to come."
"At Clayton Plaza, we’ve made extensive renovations to both the interior and exterior of the space, many projects are currently in the process of being finished as well," says Joel Meyer, broker for the building.