Commercial real estate offices in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina

South Carolina

Charleston Office
25 Calhoun Street
Suite 220
P.O. Box 610 (29402)
Charleston, SC 29401
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Tel: +1 843 723 1202

Columbia Office
1301 Gervais Street
Suite 600
Columbia, SC 29201
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Tel: +1 803 254 2300

Greenville Office
55 E. Camperdown Way
Suite 200
Greenville, SC 29601
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Tel: +1 864 297 4950

  • Tech startups want flexibility in commercial space

    Charleston Regional Business Journal, May 5, 2015 - Seven moves in three years. That’s how many times Good Done Great has relocated its Charleston operations since 2012 — and it’s not the only Charleston tech company to have to make multiple moves.

  • The Developing Story: Charleston

    Lodging Magazine, April 21, 2015 - Charleston may not be a top 25 market, but it sure acts and performs like one. The oldest city in South Carolina improves with age, boasting a long list of demand generators that drive hotel business. With its cobblestone streets, antebellum architecture, thriving arts and restaurant scene, pristine beaches, and rich history, Charleston is a renowned tourist destination that consistently ranks as one of the top cities to visit in the country. “Charleston has traditionally been a good market, but it’s really taken off in the last few years,” says Jill Bidwell, vice president at PKF Consulting.

  • Charleston area’s hotel room count to grow as new hotel opens Friday in Mount Pleasant

    Post and Courier, March 26, 2015 - The first 133 keys for more than 500 new hotel rooms slated for Mount Pleasant will be handed out Friday. That’s when the new nearly $20 million Hilton Garden Inn at 300 Wingo Way opens at the foot of the Ravenel Bridge, Encore Lodging developer and co-owner David Tart said. After about 17 months of construction, the six-story lodging on 2.75 acres will register its first guests, in time for the annual Cooper River Bridge Run.

  • Charleston-area upscale apartment complexes fetch top dollar

    Post and Courier, March 10, 2015 - The upscale apartment market is red-hot in the Charleston area. Three residential rental complexes over the past few months have sold for a combined $177.5 million, and all of them each fetched over $55 million. Two of them are less than a mile apart in Mount Pleasant.

  • Training, location key to luring $500M Daimler plant to N. Charleston

    Post and Courier, March 6, 2015 - A half-billion-dollar investment and more than a thousand new jobs hinged on two key factors. South Carolina was competing with two other states and Mexico for Daimler AG’s only North American plant, where it will build Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans. In the end, the German automaker chose the Palmetto State based largely on its location and its willingness to train the company’s workers, Gov. Nikki Haley said.

  • Mercedes-Benz to invest $500M in new van plant

    Charleston Regional Business Journal, March 6, 2015 - In one of the largest economic development announcements ever made in the Lowcountry, Mercedes-Benz Vans, a division of Daimler, announced plans today to create 1,300 jobs and invest about $500 million to build a new van plant in Charleston. The company plans to build a full-scale production facility on more than 200 acres in North Charleston, building off the Daimler operations at 8501 Palmetto Commerce Parkway in North Charleston, where vans are currently reassembled after being manufactured in Germany.

  • Shift to apartment living spurs growth

    Charleston Regional Business Journal, March 4, 2015 - There has been a fundamental shift in how people are choosing to live, and it’s being spearheaded by the millennial generation, according to Dan Doyle, vice president of development at The Beach Co. On the surface, the Lowcountry appears to be experiencing a boom in construction of new apartment complexes. But Doyle sees it as more than just a temporary change in demand.

  • Local hotels, restaurants receive Four Diamond distinction from AAA

    The Post and Courier, February 27, 2015 - Winners of AAA’s Four Diamond Awards for South Carolina were announced Friday, and Charleston had more hotels and restaurants recognized than any other large metro in the state. All the Four Diamond properties in Charleston — 11 hotels and 10 restaurants — were repeat winners.

  • Tourists keep downtown shops and eateries busy year-round

    Shopping Centers Today Magazine, February 2015 - With two downtown colleges, a growing downtown residential population and thousands of tourists visiting each week, Charleston, S.C., is never short of retail customers.

  • SCRA moves operations to Nexton campus

    Charleston Regional Business Journal, October 16, 2014 - SCRA has moved its Charleston operations to the new Applied Technologies Center in the Nexton development in Summerville, according to a news release.

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