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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - EXIT Realty P.E.I. is constructing a new office building on 41 MacLeod Court in Charlottetown with plans to open at that location in March.
The business says the new, nearly 6,000-square-foot building will have 23 offices, two meeting rooms and a training room.
Since owners Carol O’Hanley and Steve Yoston bought the business in 2015, the number of agents has doubled from 16 to 32, with more growth expected next year.
As a result of the new build, the owners plan to vacate the existing location at 42 St. Peters Rd.
“We looked into leasing other spaces, but in the end building our own made the most sense,” said O’Hanley.