Business briefs, Aug. 25
Two Toasters launches Crowdrise campaign
Following a ranking on Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list of fast-growing private companies, mobile app development company Two Toasters has launched a Crowdrise campaign to benefit the non-profit organization Girls Who Code.
The campaign’s goal is to reach $5,000 in donations by Sept. 15 for the organization, which aims to promote employment of women in technology and engineering sectors.
If the donation goal is met, Two Toasters will provide an additional $5,000 to Girls Who Code.
American Real Estate Partners sells Meridian Center
Investcorp International Realty has purchased Meridian Corporate Center, which was sold by American Real Estate Partners and CBRE, Raleigh.
The nine-building Class A office park has 615,882 square feet of space, with tenants Parexel and Parata comprising 25 percent of the occupancy.
In addition to the existing buildings, there are two parcels on the property that can accommodate an additional 200,000 square feet of office space and parking, according to a CBRE release.
The center is at 2500, 2505, 2510, 2525, 2600, 2700, 2800 and 2810 Meridian Parkway.