JLL Carolinas to Lease Iconic Chapel Hill Building

State Employees’ Credit Union intends to lease their rhomboid-shaped building in North Carolina for the first time. The 210,000-square-foot glass property is in the midst of a renovation process.
A rendering of the building at 5901 Durham - Chapel Hill Blvd.
Rendering of 5901 Durham – Chapel Hill Blvd.

State Employees’ Credit Union has tapped JLL to lease their iconic building at 5901 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. in Chapel Hill, N.C. The property is currently undergoing a renovation, with completion expected early next summer. Following the remodeling, the company’s former 210,000-square-foot headquarters will be available for lease for the first time.

Located just south of a planned stop on the Durham-Orange Light Rail project, the building is one of the largest blocks of Class A office space available in the Triangle. Built in 1970, the rhomboid-shaped building encompasses nearly 5,000 panes of reflective glass. The iconic four-story property is set to feature a new lobby, an outdoor patio with activated outdoor amenity space, fitness center, high-efficiency building systems and ample parking. The new workspace will suit either a single tenant or multiple smaller users.  

“This is a rare opportunity for forward-thinking employers to secure newly upgraded, Class-A office space within one of the Triangle’s most visible, unique and recognizable properties,” said JLL Brokerage Associate John MacDonell, in prepared remarks. He is marketing the building together with Brokerage Associate Ashley Lewis, on behalf of the owner.

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