SCE&G Building in Downtown Columbia Under Contract


SCEG buildingSCE&G has sold its former customer service/office building in downtown Columbia to an undisclosed buyer for an undisclosed amount.

Utility spokesman Eric Boomhower said Tuesday the deal is expected to be final during early summer, at which time details will be made public.

The 32,000-square-foot, three-story building at Lady and Marion streets has a market price of at least $1 million and a bid was accepted in mid-February, the spokesman said.

It has been on the market since early October. SCE&G has owned the structure, a few blocks from Main Street, since 1970, Boomhower said.

SCE&G customers have been paying their bills and meeting with utility customer representatives since January at a new building on Flora Street off Assembly Street near the abandoned Capital City Stadium.


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