400 Record (Courtesy of Gensler)

Commercial Real Estate

Lincoln Property Co. Grows Property Management Arm, Takes Over 400 Record

Newly hired executives Mark Dickenson and Andrew Jones were brought on to grow the real estate firm's property management division.

After bringing on two new executives to grow its property management division, Lincoln Property Co. has assumed property management of a downtown landmark formerly known as the Belo Building.

Executive vice president Mark Dickenson and senior vice president Andrew Jones joined LPC earlier in 2017 to lead property management, including this new assignment at 400 Record.

The property at 400 Record St. has been undergoing a two-year renovation by architecture firm Gensler. The extensive remodel of the 1980s-era building includes repositioning the building’s perimeter to an indoor/outdoor space, creating a new front door and lobby, and creating a dramatic rooftop garden. Tenants can also stay connected via a mobile app, and ride around downtown in a private golf carts called Record Spinners. The 17-story, 235,000-square-foot property was bought by an international business and investment group in 2014.

Tenants include French brasserie Bullion, City Electric Supply, Labora Group, Eighty Three Creative, Whitebox Real Estate, and The Tot.

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