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An August 2021 Columbus Dispatch article shared details of a celebration in town when it was announced that the Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA) would be moving its headquarters to the area. As part of the celebration, tomatoes were thrown at a vacant Kmart, marking the start to a mixed-use development anchored by CMA.
Foundry was engaged by CMA in both the selling of their previous headquarters in Colorado Springs and the selection process in their new relocation to Columbus. In an example of cross-platform collaboration, Foundry’s Religious, Education, and Non-Profit group worked closely with Gabe De Jesus, Brokerage Principal in the Orlando office, to facilitate the move. Serving in a tenant rep role, Foundry helped the Alliance purchase 11 acres, including a blighted former Kmart building that had been vacant for over a decade, to make way for a mixed-used development – called “Alliance Place” – set to feature housing, a conference center and hotel, in addition to the Alliance operations and other office and retail spaces.
To read more, visit Christian and Missionary Alliance moving headquarters to Reynoldsburg (dispatch.com). (Article written by Marc Kovac)