BB&T taking space at Summit at Southpoint
BB&T is making plans to renovate a floor of space at the Summit at Southpoint.
Plans under City review show BB&T intends to renovate and occupy the second floor in the three-story Summit Building 2 at 6420 Southpoint Parkway.
A BB&T Corp. spokesman at the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based banking company said he would respond with more information when available.
Plans show Adams Interior Contractors Inc. will renovate about 21,000 square feet of office space a project cost of almost $493,000.
Place Plan LLC of Orange Park is the designer.
Plans show offices, open work areas, conference rooms, a break room and other areas. Occupancy can reach 210 people, according to City code.
The Summit at Southpoint is a 23-acre lakeside campus of four three-story office buildings totaling about 260,000 square feet of leasable space. It faces Interstate 95 near Butler Boulevard.
The Summit is owned by Bluerock Real Estate, a national investment firm based in Manhattan. Its property management functions are based in Southfield, Mich.
A Summit spokesman was not immediately available.