Colliers International has been engaged to accelerate the success of Assembly, the historic adaptive reuse project at 400 Granby St. in downtown Norfolk.
Assembly will house a community of inspiring creators and technology innovators. Tenants will share common spaces and selected amenities including a rooftop deck, event space, podcast studio, bike share and board room. Announced tenants include Grow, Work Program Architects, 757 Startup Studios (affiliated with 757 Accelerate and 757 Angels), Simon Studios and Ario.
“We created Assembly to empower those future-focused businesses to go further, faster,” said Drew Ungvarsky, founder and CEO of both Assembly and Grow. “Our community of tenants shares a common interest in advancing their respective industries globally, while putting the Norfolk/Virginia Beach region on the competitive map for talent.”
Colliers International will provide leasing, property management and project management services for the 103,000-square-foot, multi-phase project with Phase1 expected to be delivered in March 2021. Available spaces for lease range from small office suites to office spaces of nearly 10,000 square feet along with a 2,000-square-foot restaurant/coffee shop planned for the first floor at the corner of Granby and Freemason Streets.