Archive for July, 2018

Jul
30

Richland County Mails Assessment Notices

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Property-Taxes3Approximately 18,000 assessment notices have been mailed to Richland County property owners to inform them of the new taxable value that their property taxes will be based upon. This is not a county-wide reassessment, but it affects owners that recently bought their property, renovated their building or constructed their building.

If you have received a notice and feel like the new value is too high, give me a call at (803) 960-8783. I routinely work with commercial property owners to determine if a tax appeal is worth pursuing.

Michael Dodds, MAI, CCIM

Categories : Columbia
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Jul
30

NAI Avant Announces Transactions

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nai avant logoNAI Avant senior brokers Nick Stomski, SIOR and Dick Stanland, CCIM, SIOR, GRI recently procured the industrial lease transaction at 1501 Key Road in Columbia, S.C. XPO Logistics, LLC will occupy suite C and D, totaling 15,000 square feet of the industrial building. The landlord in the transaction is DWB Key Road Warehouses II, LLC. XPO Logistics, LLC is a top ten global logistics company as well as the largest logistics provider in North America. The company offers two reporting segments: transportation and logistics. The company averages 160,000 shipments and over seven billion inventory units every day.

NAI Avant announced Shear Rhythms Full Service Salon will occupy 3,500 square feet of retail space in the Fashion Place Shopping Center located at 2720 Decker Boulevard. Broker John Gregory, PE represented the tenant, Shear Rhythms Full Service Salon, LLC. The landlord in the transaction is SC Fashion Place, LLC.

NAI Avant announced the sale of a retail store located at 1012 Broad River Road in Columbia, S.C. Senior broker Gerald Steele and broker Lee Bussell Jr. represented the seller in the transaction. You’re Approved Auto Sales, LLC purchased the retail building for $300,000.

NAI Avant announced the top producers for the second quarter of 2018. The second quarter’s top producer is Macon Lovelace, SIOR. Lovelace specializes in the sale and leasing of office properties, development sites, commercial buildings, and investment properties. He has been recognized in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 by Costar as one of the area’s top brokers based on overall transaction value. He also holds the SIOR designation, a prestigious professional office and industrial real estate association. Following Lovelace, the top producers in order are Ben Kelly, SIOR, Paul Hartley, SIOR, Nick Stomski, SIOR and Roger Winn, SIOR.

NAI Avant senior broker Roger Winn, SIOR, broker Peyton Bryant, and brokerage associate Braden Shockley recently represented the landlord, Lake Murray Family Medicine Building, LLC, in the lease transaction of 7611 St. Andrews Road in Irmo, S.C. Palmetto Primary Care Physicians will occupy the 7,596 square foot medical office building.

Categories : Columbia
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Jul
29

Charleston-Area Stores Struggle After Anchor Tenants Close

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vacant storeAnchor stores have been around as long as shopping centers.

The big boxes, be they supermarkets or national retailers, serve as the draw while smaller merchants set up shop around them and feed off the foot traffic generated by their big brothers.

But when the anchor pulls out because of a relocation, poor sales or bankruptcy, the shopping center’s nearby merchants are left to fend for themselves. Some make it. Others don’t.

“I’ve found a drop-off of people walking in,” said shopkeeper Janet Muhs, who owns and operates Sew Much Better, a sewing studio in the Shops at Shelmore Village in Mount Pleasant.

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