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Downtown Charleston property sold for $17M leads commercial real estate roundup

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174 Meeting St. in Charleston (Photo/Provided)Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region. Send in your transactions using our online form.

Matt Smith, Patrick Gildea, Grayson Hawkins, Robert Hardaway, Charles Carmody and Ryan Carmody of CBRE represented the seller, Cobalt Property Group, in the sale of 47,113 square feet of office space at 174 Meeting St. in Charleston to Highland Ventures for $16,750,000. Insite Properties advised the buyer.


Hannah Troyer of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the tenant, Kate Laflin (Catnip & Coffee Cat Cafe), in the lease of 1,090 square feet of retail space at 3414 Rivers Ave. in North Charleston. Gerry Schauer of Avison Young represented landlord.


Jenna Philipp of Palmetto Commercial Properties represented the landlord, James Island Business Park LLC, in the lease of 2,455 square feet of industrial space at 1750 Signal Point Road to Diversified Woods Custom Interiors LLC.


250 Mathis Ferry in Mount Pleasant (Photo/Provided)Kevin Shields of Belk Lucy represented the seller, Gil Shuler Graphic Design, in the sale of 2,063 square feet of office space at 250 Mathis Ferry in Mount Pleasant. Alex Deseta of DeSeta Realty Group LLC represented the buyer.


Robert Pratt of Re/Max Pro Realty represented the seller, Rosalina Property Group LLC, in the sale of 28,200 square feet of warehouse space at 200 Varnfield Drive in Summerville to WRS 200 Varnfield LLC for $2,750,000. McKenzie Deutsch of Bridge Commercial represented the buyer.


Keith Mayfield of Twin Rivers Capital represented the tenant, Big Kick Coffee LLC, in the lease of 1550 square feet of commercial space at 476 Meeting St., Charleston, from LL Nassau Development LLC. Brunson Miller of CC&T RE Services represented the landlord.


Harbor Commercial Partners said that Todd Garrett, Tradd Varner and Crawford Riddle represented the landlord, 7281 Cross Park Road LLC, in the lease extension of 8,000 square feet of industrial space at 7281 Cross Park Drive, Building 200, in North Charleston, to the board of trustees of the Charleston Electrical Training Alliance.


Keith Mayfield and Phil Rose of Twin Rivers Capital represented the seller, Sam Gilchrist Jr., in the sale of 2,451 square feet, 0.21 acres, of office/residential space at 26 Bee St. in Charleston to 26 Bee St LLC. Tift Mitchell of Tift Properties represented the buyer.


Keith Mayfield and Phil Rose of Twin Rivers Capital represented the seller, ALFA LLC, in the sale of a gas station and auto shop space at 1805 Savannah Highway, Charleston, to Sam Gilchrist Jr. Keith Mayfield and Phil Rose of Twin Rivers Capital, TRC represented both sides of the transaction.


Reid Davis, Pete Harper and Cameron Yost of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in the lease of two office spaces at 22 WestEdge in Charleston.  Novotech Clinical Research leased 4,206 square feet and Punchlist USA leased 4,494 square feet.

Reach Ross Norton at 864-720-1222.

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