SCE&G Seeks Permission to Sell CBD Building


S.C. Electric & Gas Co. is seeking permission from state regulators to sell its office building and surrounding property at Lady and Marion streets in downtown Columbia. The company listed the fair market value of the parcel, located two blocks off of Main Street, at more than $1 million. The building, which has a physical address of 1400 Lady St., formerly housed a customer service center on the ground floor. The customer service center was moved in January to 1213 Flora St.

In documents filed with the S.C. Public Service Commission, the utility said building has continued to be used by SCANA Corp. and SCE&G business departments and personnel. Those tenants are in the “process of locating suitable offices for their business operations and will eventually vacate the premise,” the documents said.
Investor-owned SCANA is the parent of SCE&G.

The Lady Street property comprises about one-half acre of land and a three-story building with a full basement. The 32,000-square-foot building has 27,181 in “net rentable square feet,” documents said.


Be Sociable, Share!
    Categories : Columbia

    Comments are closed.