Pickett Sprouse Commercial Real Estate is now offering its services in a more comprehensive way to business owners, investors, and property owners in the Triad. The full-service commercial real estate firm recently opened a new office at 822 North Elm Street, suite 106 in Greensboro. Pickett Sprouse REALTOR® and commercial broker Brad Gregory will serve as the Broker in Charge for the office.

Pickett Sprouse has been serving the Triangle since 1981 and has established a strong presence from Durham to Alamance County while gradually expanding its client base along the I-85/40 corridor. Opening the new office just north of downtown Greensboro is a natural extension of not only the company’s growth but that of the commercial real estate sector in the Triad as well.

“The Triad is the logistics hub of North Carolina,” said Gregory. “Because of the inexpensive water and power and incredible roads that can be found here as well as its location right in the middle of the state, warehouses, distribution centers and other manufacturing support facilities and businesses are in high demand in this area right now. That is especially true in the northeastern part of the city after the completion of the Greensboro Urban Loop.”

Gregory has been in the real estate business since 1989 and has lived in Greensboro since 2004.

“Business owners, property owners, and investors deserve to have experienced real estate professionals walking beside them every step of the way,” said Bert Woodall, Pickett Sprouse Co-owner, Broker and REALTOR®. “Brad has seen firsthand the real estate transitions that Raleigh and Durham have gone through, and he can help guide clients through the growth that is coming to the Triad. The situations won’t be exactly the same, but his depth of knowledge and expertise will translate well to this rapidly developing area.”

Pickett Sprouse offers full-service commercial real estate brokerage and property management services. For more information, contact