Columbia, SC – JP Scurry, CCIM and Scottie Smith of Colliers International South Carolina and Greg Eisenman and Lisa Vine of Colliers International Atlanta have brokered a 7,414 square foot lease for Wild Wing Cafe at the Ashford Place shopping center in Dunwoody, Georgia. Colliers represented the tenant in the lease. This will be the twelfth Wild Wing Cafe in Georgia. The planned opening is in February 2015.
Scurry, Smith, Eisenman and Vine are all part of the Colliers International Retail Services Group. Scurry, a Vice President of Colliers International South Carolina, and Smith, a Brokerage Associate, are a brokerage team specializing in the leasing and sales of retail and investment real estate. Eisenman, Vice President of Tenant Representation, and Vine, an Associate, have expertise that includes retail tenant representation, land and outparcel brokerage and retail tenant disposition.
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Colliers International South Carolina has over 150 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 manager of commercial property in South Carolina and is an Accredited Management Organization (AMO) through the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), with a portfolio of approximately 11.2 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.