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A 100% occupied, 11,000 square foot retail center located at 908 East Main Street in Laurens, SC has sold for $1 million. The anchor tenants are Goodwill and Alltel. Kyle Putnam of Greenville-based Colonial Commercial represented the seller and Graham Worsham of Colonial Commercial represented the purchaser.
A Cato-anchored shopping center, located at 900 E. Main St. in Laurens, has sold for $1.45 million. The 17,480-square-foot retail property functions as a Wal-Mart shadow center and is home to Cato, Sally Beauty, Springleaf Financial, Advance America and Palmetto Bank.
Craig Stipes and Matt Covington of CBRE’s private capital group represented Wells Fargo’s OREO department in its sale to an Austin, Texas-based private capital buyer.
A 100% occupied, 20,000 square foot retail center, anchored by Rent-A-Center, Radio Shack, and Verizon Wireless, has sold for an undisclosed amount. The center was constructed in 2009 and is directly adjacent to Walgreens. Kyle Putnam of Greenville-based Colonial Commercial represented the seller and Adams Development represented the purchaser.
A black Laurens County church is asking a judge to affirm that it owns a historic downtown building that for more than a decade has been home to a self-proclaimed “KKK Museum” selling Klan-related merchandise.
New Beginning Baptist Church on Tuesday filed a lawsuit in Laurens County civil court accusing the owner of The RedNeck Shop, John Howard, and others of filing deeds to transfer ownership of the old Echo Theatre building to other Klan members — a move the church claims ignores its rightful ownership.
The church has owned the property since 1997 — a year after the shop opened — when its original owner deeded the property to the church, the suit alleges. The only condition in transferring ownership to the church is that Howard be allowed to operate the business until he dies, according to the suit.
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