Two Men and a Truck: New Warehouse Space
New Warehouse Building to Accommodate Growth for Two Men and a Truck
“Moving People Forward” has been the motto for Two Men and a Truck since they began over 30 years ago. What started as an after-school business for two high school boys and has grown to include 42 states, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
The Local Albuquerque franchise opened in 2007 and quickly established a strong reputation for expedient and secure transportation of clients’ belongings. They specialized in local and long-distance moves, packing services, indoor storage, and senior moving. Allen Sigmon Real Estate Group helped the Two Men and a Truck find a new space to accommodate the rapid growth the company has experienced.
“We needed a secure warehouse space with a much bigger parking lot,” said General Manager Dylan Southward. “Allen Sigmon Real Estate Group helped us find a location with added warehouse storage space, more parking for trucks, and a newer office to improve company morale and give us an even greater professional feel.”
Ben Nolte, Associate Broker with Allen Sigmon Real Estate Group, represented Two Men and a Truck as a tenant. They found their ideal location at 514 Carmony Rd NE in Albuquerque. After several attempts, the group was unable to agree to lease terms with the then owner of the 8,486 square foot industrial building. “We had reached a roadblock,” Nolte said. “I asked if there was another route we could take for Two Men and a Truck to reach their ideal destination. I contacted my buyers to find an owner who would be more accommodating.”
Nolte put the deal together by connecting Two Men and a Truck with one of his other clients. Once his buyer completed the purchase of the building, Nolte was able to help find a good common ground that was beneficial for both parties. “We are all very happy with the outcome,” Nolte said.
Ben was able to find a “unicorn building” that fit Two Men and a Truck’s office and warehouse needs. “Ben did an awesome job working like crazy to find a spot for us,” Southward said. “He was very accommodating.”