Category Archives: Commercial

Mount Pleasant tries to determine the cost of growth

After a vote Tuesday, developers will now pay impact fees when a project is first permitted, instead of at the end. Town Council also voted to hire a consultant to determine whether further changes are needed to the impact-fee structure.

Hot Properties for June 13, 2016

Jack Owens of Lee & Associates Charleston represented the seller, Hagerman Court LLC, in the sale of 10 parcels at Line and Meeting streets in downtown Charleston, known as AAA Storage, to East Line Partners LLC for $8 million.

Buyer of port headquarters property requests zoning change

The buyer contracted to buy the S.C. State Ports Authority’s headquarters in downtown Charleston is considering a rooftop feature and street-level activity for the future development.

The buyer contracted to buy the S.C. State Ports Authority’s headquarters in downtown Charleston, is considering a rooftop feature and street-level activity for the future development. The buyer has applied for a zoning change.

Engineers disagree on structural safety of Flats at Mixson

The future of a 2-year-old apartment complex in North Charleston hinges on a city committee decision and a lawsuit over the buildings’ construction. The Flats at Mixson — a 10-building, 268-unit apartment complex at 4500-4501 Mixson Ave. in the Park

Charleston School of Law files paperwork to become nonprofit, signs lease

Ed Bell

Over the past couple of weeks, the Charleston School of Law has filed an application with the American Bar Association to become a nonprofit and signed a multiyear lease for nearly 54,000 square feet of office and classroom space.

Hot Properties for June 6, 2016

Trad Dyches of Palmetto Commercial Properties LLC represented the tenant, Custom Fundraising Solutions Charleston LLC, in the lease of 3,000 square feet of space at 7644 Southrail Road in North Charleston. Oliver Mathewes of Carolina One represented the landlord.

Investors purchase North Charleston apartment complex for $22.5 million

A North Charleston apartment complex was sold recently for $22.5 million.Virginia-based Kettler Inc. and New York-based real estate investment company The Stillman Group purchased Jamison Park Apartments from Middle Street Partners, according to a news release Thursday from the new

Public park not enough to sway Jasper’s neighbors

The most recent plan proposed by The Beach Co. transformed the now-empty St. Mary’s Field into a 2.2-acre public park. (Rendering/The Beach Co.)

Residents living near the Sergeant Jasper site off Broad Street did not agree to another plan proposed by The Beach Co., this time including a public park. Representatives from the property’s owner and developer, nearby neighborhood associations, the city and