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Oct
19

Greenville’s Haywood Reserve Sold

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sold_sign65CNL Growth Properties, a real estate investment trust (REIT) which invested in the development of Class A multifamily communities in the mid-Atlantic and Sun Belt regions of the United States, has completed the successful liquidation of its portfolio according to the plan approved by shareholders in August 2016. The company closed on the sale of its 17th and final property, Haywood Reserve in Greenville, South Carolina, on Sept. 29, 2017, for $53.8 million.

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Aug
16

Avison Young Announces Transactions

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avison young logoRakan Draz and John Odom represented DHM-301 Haywood Road, LLC in the leasing of a 1,200 sf retail space located at 301 Haywood Road in Greenville, South Carolina, to XF Studio Salon, LLC.

Rakan Draz and John Odom represented Phillip C. Cahaly, Mark A. Cahaly and Clark P. Cahaly in the leasing of 1,100 sf of retail space located at 7530 White Horse Road in Greenville, South Carolina, to Kelley Contract Services, LLC.

Chris Fraser, CCIM, Tabitha Cooper and Rob Howell represented Black & Veatch Corporation in the lease extension of 5,706 sf of office space located at 201 Brookfield Parkway in Greenville, South Carolina, from ROC III Fairlead Brookfield Corporate Center Owner, LLC. Shelby Dodson of CBRE represented the Landlord.

Todd P. Garrett, CCIM, SIOR represented 756 St. Andrews Blvd. LLC in the lease extension of a 2,100 sf industrial space located at 7187 Bryhawke Circle, Suite 100 in North Charleston, South Carolina, to Custom Canvas of Charleston, Inc.

Todd P. Garrett CCIM, SIOR represented Palms Preferred Properties, LLC in the lease extension of 2,400 sf industrial space located at 4663 Franchise Street in North Charleston, South Carolina, to Rainbow International of Charleston.

David Mantek and Vitré Stephens represented the landlord, James Island Center LLC, in the lease extension of a 1,800 sf restaurant space located in James Island Center at 1739 Maybank Hwy in James Island, South Carolina, to Barberitos.

Todd P. Garrett, CCIM, SIOR & Tradd Varner represented Ed Sutton in the leasing of 1,000 sf industrial space located at 1921 Reynolds Avenue in North Charleston, South Carolina, to Art Forms & Theatre Concept, Inc.

Todd Garrett, SIOR, CCIM represented Skeet Ventures in the lease extension of 26,940 sf industrial space located at 2550 W 5th North Street in Summerville, South Carolina, from Delta Real Estate Investments, LLC. John Beam of Colliers International Charleston, LLC represented the Landlord.

David Mantek and Vitré Ravenel Stephens represented GB Associates Limited Partnership in the leasing of 1,600sf retail space located in Crowfield Plaza at 431 St. James Avenue, Suite L in Goose Creek, South Carolina, to The UPS Store. Eddie Pershin of Atlas Realty Group represented the Tenant.

Todd P. Garrett, CCIM, SIOR and Tradd Varner represented Traxler Littlejohn Enterprises, LLC in the leasing of a 1,900 sf industrial space located at 4208 Pace Street, Unit B, in North Charleston, South Carolina from Pace Street, LLC. Miles Martschink of CC&T Real Estate Services represented the Landlord.

Todd P. Garrett CCIM,SIOR represented 3614 Ashley Phosphate Road, LLC in the lease extension of 5,000sf of industrial space located at 3170 Stanton Court, Suite A in North Charleston, South Carolina, to Charleston Import Automotive.

Gregg Legerton represented the landlord, Tobias, LLC, in the leasing of a 4,500 sf medical office space located in 61West at 1483 Tobias Gadson Boulevard in Charleston, South Carolina to Roper St. Francis Physicians Network.

Gregg Legerton represented the landlord, Tobias, LLC, in the leasing of a 2,161 sf medical office space located in 61West at 1483 Tobias Gadson Boulevard in Charleston, South Carolina to Head Dental Associates, LLC.

Jeremy Willits represented the landlord, 5900 Core Avenue, LLC in the lease extension of a 10,763 sf office space located at 5900 Core Avenue in North Charleston, South Carolina to DEA.

Gregg Legerton represented the landlord, Tobias, LLC, in the lease of a 1,312 sf medical office space located in 61West at 1483 Tobias Gadson Boulevard in Charleston, South Carolina to Charleston Hand Therapy Center.

Todd P. Garrett CCIM, SIOR represented Palms Preferred Properties, LLC in the lease extension of 2,00sf industrial space located at 4663 Franchise Street, Suite 105 in North Charleston, South Carolina, to Palmetto Furniture Solutions, Inc.

Todd P. Garret CCIM, SIOR represented Jeffry L. Combs & Traci B. Combs in the leasing of 10,500 sf industrial property located at 3209 Industry Drive in North Charleston, South Carolina, to Southern Current. Blair Belk of Belk Lucy represented the Tenant.

David Mantek & Vitre R. Stephens represented James Island Center LLC in the leasing of 7,491 sf of retail space located in James Island Center at 1739 Maybank Highway, Suite N, in James Island, South Carolina, to Pet Supermarket, Inc. Julie Gardner of Katz & Associates represented the Tenant.

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Aug
15

Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine Announces Transactions

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sold signsGreer:  Pete Brett, CCIM, David Sigmon, CCIM and Matt Vanvick of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Enigma Corporation (Seller) in the sale of +1.127 acres at 110 Sage Creek Way, to NV, LLC (Purchaser).

Greenville:  Pete Brett, CCIM, David Sigmon, CCIM and Matt Vanvick of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Brains on Fire Properties, LLC (Purchaser) in the purchase of a +5,330 SF office building on +0.12 acre at 1263 Pendleton St., from Mutual Home Store of Greenville, Inc. (Seller).

Spartanburg:  Tim Satterfield and Wiley North of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented LeRhea R. Armstrong (Seller) in the sale of a +1,288 SF house on +1.07 acres for redevelopment at 2245 Southport Rd., to Jerome G. Bulman & Donald Bishop (Purchasers).

Spartanburg:  Tim Satterfield and Angela Halstead of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Charles N. Davis, Jr. and Susan D. Cantrell (Sellers) in the sale of a +1,900 SF retail building on +0.6 acre at 2850 E. Main St., to Burhan Abbas Raja (Purchaser).

Gaffney:  Tim Satterfield of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Sunny Hill Farms, Inc. (Seller) in the sale of +10.5 acres on Nancy Creek Rd., to Alfred Randall Moss & Arjana Ana Moss (Purchasers).

Leases

Greenville:  Robert Zimmerman of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Lever Studios, Inc. (Tenant) in the leasing of a +2,085 SF office space at 1320 Hampton Ave. Ext., Unit 4A, from Oceana Rapid, LLC (Landlord).

Greenville:  Matt Vanvick of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Hampton Doorway, LLC (Landlord) in the leasing of several small office suites at 217 E. Stone Ave. to The Art of Real Estate (Suites 31 & 33), Natural Glow Skincare (Suite 36), and Ali Waller Makeup & Skin (Suite 40) as Tenants. 

Greenville:  Pete Brett, CCIM, David Sigmon, CCIM and Matt Vanvick of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Mountain City Land and Improvement Co., LLC (Landlord) in the leasing of +6,158 SF of additional office space at INNOVATE, 148 River St., Suite 100, to Oobe Uniforms & Apparel, Inc. (Tenant).

Spartanburg:  Tim Satterfield of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Glorian Hayes (Landlord) in the leasing of a +2,500 SF retail/garage building at 18 Wells St., to Omar Davis (Tenant).

Spartanburg:  Tim Satterfield of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Mary Frances Poole (Landlord) in the leasing of a +16,250 SF industrial space at 140 Interstate Park Dr., to Cooks Power Equipment (Tenant).

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Aug
04

RealOp Investments Acquires Office Assets in Greenville, SC

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realopRealOp Investments has announced the purchase of a suburban office portfolio consisting of three properties located along the I-385 corridor in Greenville, SC.

  • The three properties, located at 1 Marcus Drive, 1001 Keys Drive, and 770 Pelham Road, boast a total +/- 211,000 square feet and feature notable tenants, including: ECPI, AssetPoint, Cintas Corporation, Mustang Engineering, and Innervision.
  • Portfolio occupancy is approximately 50%
  • The portfolio was purchased for $13.875 Million and closed on July 21, 2017.
  • Office space within this portfolio is currently available from ±1,800 RSF – ±9,000 RSF, and offers a variety of benefits, including private office entrances, exterior tenant signage, convenient access, and plenty of parking.
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Jul
27

Where Does Integra Do Commercial Appraisals?

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While Integra Realty Resources has offices all over the United States and the Caribbean, the market coverage that Integra has in the Carolinas is unmatched. We have offices in Charlotte, Raleigh, Columbia, Greensboro and Charleston. To give you an idea of the markets that we have worked in, check out the map below. These are the appraisal assignments that our Carolinas appraisers have completed…..just so far this year.  Call me if I can assist with your appraisal needs in the Carolinas.

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Jul
27

Newmark Wilson Kibler Releases Market Reports

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NM wilson kiblerNewmark Wilson Kibler has released their quarterly reports for Industrial and Office, not only for Columbia, but also Greenville / Spartanburg, and Charleston.

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Jul
19

Industrial Absorption Up in Upstate Market

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avison young logoYear-over-year industrial absorption in the Upstate climbed from 4% in the first quarter of 2016 to more than 9% in the first quarter of 2017, according to a report from Avison Young.

From the first quarter of 2016 to the first quarter of 2017, nearly 800,000 square feet of industrial space was completed in the market, but the amount of industrial space under construction has dropped to under 100,000 square feet during Q1 2017.

While absorption has risen over the last year, vacancy has remained steady at around 6.9% year over year.

“Vacancy rates have not changed significantly with the amount of new inventory coming to the market,” the report said.

The report noted that the region continued to see build-to-suit projects and the expansion of facilities already in place in the first quarter.

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May
22

NAI Earle Furman Announces Recent Sales

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NAI Earle Furman logo squareMauldin, South Carolina:  Keith Jones, CCIM of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, Regional Management of South Carolina, in the sale of two office buildings totaling 8,273 SF located at 507 & 509 West Butler Road to JTB, LLC.

Chesnee, South Carolina:  Stuart Smith of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, Peggy H. Phillips Living Trust, in the sale of 9.5 acres of land located at 2408 Bryant Road to Gibson and Gibson Property.

Simpsonville, South Carolina:  Keith Jones, CCIM of NAI Earle Furman represented the purchaser, Stage Hawk, LLC, in purchasing 35 acres of land at 1400 Old Stage Road from Ruby Lee Cantrell Hawkins Roberts Trust.

Spartanburg, South Carolina:  Andrew Babb of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, First South Bank, in the sale of a 41,000 SF retail building located at 174 East Main Street to Good Wal Aug Smith, LLC.

Pauline, South Carolina:  Kevin Pogue of NAI Earle Furman represented the purchaser, William & Stephen Freeman, in purchasing 6.21 acres of land on Stagecoach Road from Sylvia Knox.

Columbia, South Carolina:  Jimmy Wright & Ted Lyerly, CCIM of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller in the sale of the 38,000 SF retail Fresh Market shopping center in Columbia, SC.  Peter Couchell, CCIM and Rob Schmidt with Furman Capital Advisors, the investment services division of NAI Earle Furman, represented the purchaser.

Greenville, South Carolina:  Earle Furman, Jr., SIOR of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, Julius Garry Green, in the sale of a 45,000 SF retail strip center located at 2390 Laurens Road to SWR of Greenville, LLC.

Piedmont, South Carolina:  Towers Rice, CCIM of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller in the sale of 20.43 acres of land located on Durham Road to Kevin Gilreath.

Anderson, South Carolina:  Bernie Bastian and John Powell, CCIM of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, 3B & V Properties, LLC, in the sale of a 7,000 SF retail property located at 134 North Main Street to Rogue Holdings, LLC.

Greenville, South Carolina:  Earle Furman, Jr., SIOR and Bill Sims of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, Creek and Company, LLC, in the sale of a 6,000 SF office building located at 115 Halton Village Circle to Bank Building R, LLC.

Duncan, South Carolina:  Earle Furman, Jr., SIOR of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, M & T Enterprises, Inc., in the sale of the former Plastic Omnium Building, an 80,000 SF industrial building located at 961 Berry Shoals Road.  Kevin Pogue, also of NAI Earle Furman, represented the purchaser, ATA Properties, LLC.

Spartanburg, South Carolina:  Cole Morris of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, Westside Holdings, LLC in the sale of a 108-unit self-storage facility located at 115 John Dodd Road to 512 Holdings, LLC.

Greenville, South Carolina:  John Baldwin, CCIM of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, 3H & S, LLC, in the sale of a 19,000 SF industrial building located at 108 Park Place Court to Richfair Holdings, Inc.

Greenville, South Carolina:  Alex Campbell of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, GHS Health Resources, Inc., in the sale of a 6,582 SF office building located at 81 Pointe Circle to T. Bishop Properties Corp.

Clinton, South Carolina:  Bill Sims of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, Browning Clinton, LLC, in the sale of a 9,960 SF Dollar Tree property located at 117 Jacobs Highway.  Earle Furman, Jr., SIOR, also of NAI Earle Furman represented the purchaser, Julius Garry Green, in the transaction.

Seneca, South Carolina:  John Gray, CCIM and Drew Stamm of NAI Earle Furman represented the seller, James Hanahan, Jr., in the sale of the Upstate Family Medicine building, a 9,743 SF office investment property leased to Greenville Health System and located at 12016 North Radio Station Road, to NV, LLC.

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Mar
13

Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer Reports Lease Transactions

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CW ThalhimerAFL Telecommunications renewed its lease of 96,400 square feet of industrial space at 260 Parkway East in Duncan, SC. Brian Young, CCIM, SIOR with Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, along with Chris Robinson with Fischer Company, handled the lease negotiations on behalf of the tenant.

Walmart leased 50,000 square feet of industrial space at 2819 Wade Hampton Blvd. in Taylors, SC. Brian Young, CCIM, SIOR handled the lease negotiations on behalf of the landlord.

1st Light Energy leased 1,200 square feet at 1435 Rutherford Rd., Greenville, SC. Rachel Veltri handled the lease negotiations on behalf of the tenant.

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Mar
13

Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine Announces Sales

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cbcc-logoGreenville: Pete Brett, CCIM, David Sigmon, CCIM and Matt Vanvick of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Kellett Properties, LLC (Seller) in the sale of a +11,628 SF industrial facility on +2.96 acres at 201 Beverly Road, to Ferguson Builders, LLC (Purchaser).

Greenville: Rick Cauthen, P.E. of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Four Seasons Properties, LLC (Seller) in the sale of +2.12 acres at 6 McPrice Ct., to Parador Investments, LLC (Purchaser).

Taylors: Robert Zimmerman of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Wade Hampton Plaza, LLC (Seller) in the sale of a +44,274 SF retail shopping center on +3.2 acres at 2830 Wade Hampton Blvd., to JDG Properties, LLC (Purchaser).

Greer: Graham Howle and Lakin Parr of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Ben F. Killingsworth, Sr. (Seller) in the sale of a +2,450 SF retail building on +0.6 acre at 102 Park Ave., to Timothy A. Freeman (Purchaser).

Greer: Tim Satterfield of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Virginia Sue Suddeth (Seller) in the sale of +7.1 acres at 871 Victor Hill Rd., to Plastic Omnium Auto Exterior, LLC (Purchaser).

Spartanburg: Tim Satterfield of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine represented Wiuka Co., LLC (Purchaser) in the purchase of a +1,684 SF residential duplex on +0.37 acre at 123 Canterbury Rd., from Jolyn P. Lewis (Seller).

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Mar
06

Lower Vacancy Rates Expected in Upstate Office Market

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chart downDue to completion of new Class A office space not expected until later in 2018, office market researchers expect the Upstate office market to see lower vacancy rates across most of the market.

In the fourth quarter of 2016, the absorption in the Greenville downtown office market was over 200,000 square feet, marking the second time during the year the absorption hit that mark, according to a report prepared by CBRE. Additionally, vacancy in the market is close to a record low.

Combine that with cap rates getting tighter in larger markets and researchers suggest a future where investors actively enter the Upstate market in search of inventory.

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Feb
28

C&W Brokers Greenville Office Building for $7.95 Million

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ats greenvilleCushman & Wakefield announced today that it has negotiated the sale of 110 Frederick, a modern, single-story office building located within the South Pleasantburg submarket of Greenville, SC.

Cushman &Wakefield Managing Director Rob Cochran and Director Jared Londry represented the seller, Good Wall Frederick, LLC. Front Street Properties Fund I, LP acquired the Class A office building for $7.95 million, or $174 per square foot.

The 45,576-square-foot, 100% leased property was built in 1960 and fully renovated in 2015 to the highest standards featuring a flexible, large floor plate that can easily be configured as a multi-tenant or single-tenant building with multiple exterior entrances. Existing tenants, Advanced Technology Services and Gannett GP Media, have designed contemporary and open offices featuring exposed ceilings, attractive glass lines and modern features.

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

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Feb
08

Tax Credit Marketplace, LLC Announces $13 million 2016 Fund Closing

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TCMGreenville, SC-based Tax Credit Marketplace, LLC (“TCM”) announces the successful closing of the 2016 SC Revitalization Tax Credit Fund, LLC (“2016 Fund”).

The 2016 Fund invested in a variety of qualifying development projects, which generated approximately $13 million in South Carolina income tax credits. The 40 investors in the Fund utilized these tax credits to reduce their SC Tax liability. The 2016 Fund included projects from multiple asset classes, including hospitality and distribution centers.

“TCM has multiple projects under review for its 2017 and 2018 funds and is currently seeking additional qualifying projects statewide to invest in,” According to Michael Wolf, VP of Development for TCM. “Based on an increasing investor demand and development momentum, we expect future funds to be significantly larger than the 2016 Fund”.

Developers and property owners understand that they can create a competitive advantage by properly utilizing the SC Revitalization Acts (“Acts”) to attract additional capital for their projects. These projects often generate more Tax Credits than a developer or property owner can personally utilize. TCM is able to offer developers/property owners the opportunity to monetize these excess Tax Credits, resulting in cash flow that would otherwise be missed.

The Revitalization Acts encourage private investment to alleviate adverse real estate conditions such as abandoned and historic buildings. The Acts also make it easier for developers and communities to enhance nearby property values, create local jobs, and form the “sense of place” that has become such an important factor in deciding where we live, work, and play. Effectively, the state has decided to underwrite the rebirth and redevelopment of SC cities and towns.

“The Acts for all four types of Tax Credits have been updated, extended, and/or enhanced in the past 2 years. Most notably, the utilization periods for some of the Tax Credits have been shortened from 5 years to 3 years, and the Tax Credits are no longer limited to 50 percent of a taxpayer’s SC tax liability. They can now be applied to 100 percent of the liability” says TCM Chief Operating Officer Josh Workman. “SC communities, developers, property owners and credit investors have definitely benefited from these revisions.”

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Feb
08

Greenville Office Building Sold for $16.7 Million

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CBRE Group, Inc. announced the sale of 750 Brookfield in Greenville. Patrick Gildea, Tripp Sellers and Charles Gouch exclusively represented the seller, Chicago-based J.L. Woode Ltd., in the transaction. The portfolio sold to CCP Commercial Real Estate for $16.7 million on Jan. 20.

750 Brookfield, at 750 Brookfield Parkway, has a 93.5 percent occupancy rate and totals 106,649 square feet. It is one of only three buildings in the Greenville-Spartanburg office market that is 100,000 square feet or larger and offers a parking ratio of six-plus spaces per 1,000 square feet.

750 Brookfield features Ford Motor Credit Co. as a strong credit-rated tenant. The tenant occupies more than 68 percent of the leasable area.

The Class-A office building is institutionally managed and maintained in a mature, landscaped park setting that is home to many of Greenville’s toprated tenants: MetLife, GE Gas Turbines, Verizon Wireless, Jacobs Engineering and Ahold USA.

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Jan
24

Q10 | Professional Mortgage Co. Arranges $48,455,000 in Loans

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cash in airQ10 | Professional Mortgage Company arranged the following loans:

  • $12,250,000 fixed-rate loan on Torrence Village, 76,582-square-foot, Walgreens anchored shopping center located at 9810 Gilead Road, Huntersville, NC.
  • $2,000,000 fixed-rate loan on Banberry Plaza, a 12,880-square-foot shopping center anchored by Reeds Jewelry offices. The mixed use property is located at 2515 South 17th St., Wilmington, NC.
  • $21,700,000 fixed-rate loan (two years with interest only) on the newly completed Belle Meade Apartments, a 228-unit, Class A property located at 1109 Matteo Dr. (off Carolina Beach Road), Wilmington, NC.
  • $1,050,000 fixed-rate loan for the acquisition of a 9,002-square-foot free-standing Dollar General store located at 7812 Broad River Road, Irmo, SC.
  • $4,455,000 fixed-rate, fully-amortizing loan on Pelham 85 Commerce Center, a 109,000-square-foot, Class A industrial property located at 105 Ben Hamby Road, Greenville, SC.
  • $7,000,000 fixed-rate loan on Forest Square Shopping Center, a retail property consisting of 64,037 square feet within a Publix, two bank branches, Scotchman and Chili’s. The properties are located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Four of the properties are ground leases.
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