Martin Executes Unique Transactions to Assist Multiple Businesses in Lansing
By Natalie Jones / 06.28.22 / 3 min read
Martin’s Thomas Jamieson and Eric F. Rosekrans, CCIM, CPM, recently facilitated unique deals in Lansing to find the perfect solution for multiple parties.
At 3645 E. Jolly Road, Mr. Jamieson and Mr. Rosekrans assisted Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) in selling their former headquarters building to the Gillespie Group, a company that specializes in transforming communities with innovative commercial and residential real estate solutions.
“Our team is delighted to sell our headquarters for over 30 years to a well-established company that is driven to make Greater Lansing a vibrant, prosperous community for all,” said Royce Humm, Executive Director of MARSP. “We appreciate the Gillespie Group’s commitment to capitalizing on our property’s value and Martin’s incredible work to fulfill our goal.”
Following the sale, the Gillespie Group selected Martin Commercial
Properties as the exclusive listing agent to lease the property at 3645 E. Jolly Road, Lansing. This property is located less than 2 miles from the new McLaren Health Campus at 2900 Collins Rd.
The full press release for 3645 E. Jolly Road can be found HERE.
Martin also facilitated leases to relocate Community Mental Health Association of Michigan from 426 S. Walnut to 507 S. Grand and provide additional court space for Ingham County 30th Circuit Court at 426 S. Walnut.
To accommodate Community Mental Health Association, Michigan Banker’s
Association, who own 507 S. Grand, will move its operation to the garden level suite at the same building.
Martin’s Senior Vice President, Office Advisor Eric Rosekrans, CCIM, CPM, and Senior Associate, Office Advisor Thomas Jamieson represented Community Mental Health Association of Michigan and Michigan
Banker’s Association in the transactions.
“We’re excited to find the perfect space for our operation in addition to being able to facilitate Ingham County 30th Circuit Court at 426 S. Walnut. It was a win-win situation for all parties involved,” said Robert Sheehan,
CEO of Community Mental Health Association of Michigan. “Martin’s insight, experience, and guidance were instrumental in bringing all parties together to complete these transactions. We couldn’t be more pleased with
the process from start to finish.”
The full press release for 426 S. Walnut and 507 S. Grand can be found HERE.