Archive for November, 2018

Nov
20

Irmo Medical Office Building Sold for $172/sf

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IMG_3984A 7,400-square-foot single-tenant medical office building in Irmo has sold for $1.27 million.

The building, at 7611 St. Andrews Road, sold to a 1301 Exchange purchaser from Anderson and is occupied by Palmetto Primary Care Physicians. Palmetto Primary Care Physicians (PPCP) is the largest independent multi-specialty group practice in South Carolina, with 30 physician’s offices in four counties. That lease was facilitated by NAI Avant broker Peyton Bryant, who also completed the building’s investment sale, in June.

Integra Realty Resources – Columbia is pleased to have provided appraisal services for this transaction.

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Nov
19

Connectivity a Goal of Columbia Developers

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vibrant columbia2As Columbia’s historic communities and neighborhoods continue to attract redevelopment, industry leaders think that growth could serve as connective tissue linking the region’s economy.

A four-person panel of developers, architects and real estate professionals talked about the area’s challenging tax structure and the attributes that separate Midlands markets from competitors such as Charleston and Greenville during the Columbia Regional Business Report’s Power Breakfast event on Thursday.

One area seeing steady growth is Cottontown, a section of downtown across Elmwood Avenue where new shops pop up regularly along North Main Street and its arteries. One of the businesses the area attracted is architecture firm Studio 2LR, which relocated to a building built in 1938 at the corner of North Main and Confederate Avenue in 2016 after 10 years in the Vista.

“It’s perfect for what we want to do,” Lyles said. “The attractiveness is the neighborhoods, the costs, and there are some really cool buildings. There’s a lot of good things going on out there.”

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Nov
19

The Inn at USC Sold

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Inn at USCThe Inn at USC has been acquired by Chicago-based Adventurous Journeys Capital Partners.

The 116-room hotel, formerly a Wyndham Garden hotel, will undergo a comprehensive renovation and become part of the new owners’ Graduate Hotels group, a style tailored to towns with universities. The hotel, located at 1619 Pendleton St., will be the first of that kind in the Carolinas, according to a news release. The hotel will remain open during renovations, the release said.

CRBE facilitated the transaction, with Arpit Shah of CBRE Hotels’ Charlotte office and Martin Moore of the company’s Columbia office representing the sellers.

IMIC Hotels is a Columbia-based property management company.

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Nov
19

Greenville Apartments Sold for $231,593/Unit

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w brandenBerkadia announced today the sale of West Village Lofts at Brandon Mill, located at 25 Draper St. in Greenville, SC. Managing Director Mark Boyce, Director Jeremiah Jarmin and Associate Blake Coffey negotiated the transaction. West Village Lofts at Brandon Mill sold for $42.15 million on November 14. The sales price reflects a per-unit price of $231,593, and the property was occupied in the mid-90’s at the time of the sale.

“Our client developed the project through the Historic Tax Credit program and South Carolina’s specially-assessed property tax incentive. The execution of this transaction highlights how developers can generate tremendous value while simultaneously improving communities and the overall character of the sub-market through a creative approach,” said Jarmin.

Redeveloped in 2017, the 182-unit property features one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans. Each unit features ceilings at least 15 feet tall, dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows, stained concrete floors, exposed brick interiors and contemporary-style interiors with monochromatic appliances. Notable community amenities include a pool, a fitness center, a wine cellar, a dog park, a clubroom and an outdoor living space with grills and fire pits.

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