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3215 Williamsburg Road Sells For $2,200,000

3215 Williamsburg Rd

Richmond, VA – April 23, 2020 – Colliers International is pleased to announce the sale of 3215 Williamsburg Road in Richmond, Virginia for $2,200,000.

3215 Williamsburg Road, a 52,500 SF, Class B industrial building is situated on 5.66 acres located in the Airport Industrial submarket of Richmond. The Property is now 100% leased, with the tenancy of D1 Moving & Storage and RCS Moving & Storage.

D1 Moving, founded in 2015, has been growing and will utilize the space to continue providing full service packing, long-term storage options, junk hauls, auction pick-ups, package receiving, and delivery.

The Property was previously owned by Mitchell’s Formal Wear, Inc. and has sold to VOZ724 Park City, LLC.

Tom Vozenilek, Executive Vice President, and Zach Roski, Senior Vice President represented the buyer.

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Thomas Vozenilek

Executive Vice President

Richmond - North

Tom Vozenilek joined the firm 2001 with 23 years of commercial sales and leasing experience. Tom's principal activity for the last 30 years has been Transaction Management. He was part of the original team at Virginia Landmark that started Tenant/Buyer Representation in the Central Virginia Market in 1986. Tom’s clients have included state agencies, universities, Fortune 500 corporations and a variety of regional and local firms.

Previously, he was Partner and Senior Vice President of Virginia Landmark.

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Zachary Roski

Senior Vice President

Richmond - North

Zach Roski is a Senior Vice President,  Principal of the Colliers | Virginia Mid-South offices and an  advisory and transaction specialist. His primary focus is the representation of tenants in the acquisition of office space. In this role he provides corporate real estate services, site selection surveys and analyses. 

Zach is a 24 year veteran of the industry and has a history representing multi-market accounts/tenants across the United States. Upon graduation from Virginia Commonwealth University, he joined the country’s second largest real estate investment trust, United Dominion Realty Trust, where he worked primarily in multi-family property/asset management. 

From 2003 to early 2014, Zach was a member of the team working on the Commonwealth of Virginia’s real estate portfolio. As a part of the team, he assisted with office and warehouse acquisitions, consolidations, dispositions, strategic planning and implementation. The team completed more than 70 transactions annually and achieved over $80 million in savings for the Commonwealth through lease negotiations. 

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