Colliers International’s Tripp Bradley brokered the sale of 1.15 acres located at Highway 378 and St. Peters Church Road in Lexington, South Carolina. Bradley represented the owner of the property in the $455,000 sale to Queen Street, LLC.
Bradley is a Senior Brokerage Associate of Colliers International specializing in retail land and retail site selection brokerage. He was the recipient of the 2011 and 2012 Colliers International South Carolina Transaction of the Year Award and the 2011 and 2012 Colliers International South Carolina Superior Achievement Award. In addition, Bradley received the 2012 CoStar Power Broker Award and the 2012 Central Carolina REALTORS® Association Transaction of the Year Award. He is a Life Member of the Central Carolina REALTORS® Association’s Circle of Excellence.
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Colliers International South Carolina has over 140 staff members, including 60 real estate professionals. Total brokerage volume for the firm in 2013 was approximately $350 million involving over 550 sales and leasing transactions. Colliers International is the largest third party manager of commercial real estate in South Carolina with a portfolio of approximately 10.3 million square feet of office, industrial, retail and healthcare properties. Colliers International’s staff holds 45 professional designations, the most of any firm in South Carolina.