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Brian Connolly of JLL represented the landlord, Dixie King Street Investors, in the lease of 3,779 square feet square feet of office space at Pacific Box and Crate, 1505 King St. Extension, North Charleston, to Orange Elephant Roofing.
Brent Case and Brian Aiken of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the seller, Hwy 9 Investments LLC and Stone Ventures LLC, in the sale of 6,240 square feet of shopping center space at 3906 S.C. Highway 9 in Boiling Springs for $1,907,000.
Mandy Coleman of National Restaurant Properties LLC represented the tenant, King BBQ LLC, in the lease of 2,600 square feet of retail space at 2027 and 2029 Carver Ave. in North Charleston from 1925 Reynolds Ave LLC. Ed Sutton of Simply Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord.
Vitré Stephens and Taylor Sekanovich of Avison Young South Carolina Inc. represented the tenant, Southern Moon LLC, dba A Simple Tree, in the lease of 1,336 square feet of retail space at 14 Hayes Park Blvd. in Johns Island to HP Commercial Village LLC. Carlmichael Harrison of The Beach Co. represented the landlord.
Tim Rowley of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the tenant, Weezy's, in the lease of 1500 square feet of retail space at Suite #205, 3293 Maybank Highway in John's Island.
Jonathan Lee of Choice Realtyusa.com represented the seller in the sale of 40,000 square feet of industrial building located at 7167 Cross County Road, North Charleston, and Jon-Michael Brock of Lee & Assoc. represented the buyer.
Brent Case and Hannah Kamba of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the landlord, JEM Pizza Realty Group, in the lease of 2,962-square-feet of retail space at 1028 Saint Andrews Blvd. in Charleston.
Jenna Philipp of Palmetto Commercial Properties represented the landlord, Balboa East LLC, in the lease of 2,420 square feet of office space at 4412 Spruill Ave. Scott Peevy of NAI Charleston represented the tenant.