Hot Properties for Dec. 3, 2012

Published Dec. 3, 2012

Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region. Submissions should be sent to dailyjournal@scbiznews.com.

Daniel Atwill and Geoff Groat of Roadstead Real Estate Advisors LLC represented the tenant, Mission Yoga, and the landlord of 125 Spring St. in the lease of 2,000 square feet.


Chris Koepenick, CCIM, of Lee & Associates represented the landlord, Six Ensign Group LLC, in the lease of 3,146 square feet of office space located at 494 Wando Park Blvd. in Mount Pleasant. Steve Radekopf of Radekopf & Associates represented the tenant, CareKinesis Inc.


James Mangano and Lisa Safford of Summit Commercial Properties represented the tenant, Meridian Metals Management Inc., and Mark Tezza of Keennerty Ratner & Tezza represented the landlord, H Tezza Inc., in the leasing of 7,000 square feet of industrial space at 2631 Industrial Ave. in North Charleston.


Daniel Atwill and Geoff Groat of Roadstead Real Estate Advisors LLC represented both the buyer and seller in the sale of .30 acres at 144 Cannon St. for $350,000.


Jim Davis and Bobby Reece of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic International Inc. represented the lessor, Montague Oaks LLC, in the lease execution of a 1,506-square-feet general office suite at 3506 W. Montague Ave., Suite 102 A, in North Charleston to Durham School Services.


Isabelle Martinez and Brent Case of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic International Inc. represented the seller, Dr. Allan Martin, in the sale of a 3,300-square-foot office building located at 2050 Spaulding Drive, Unit 4 A and B, in North Charleston for $155,000.


Buddy Bebergal and Kit Regnery of Carolina Commercial Real Estate finalized a 10-year lease for a second Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwich Shop at 1492 U.S. Highway 17 North (Johnnie Dodds Boulevard) in Mount Pleasant. Owner Tonya McGue also owns the Jimmy John's franchise at 966 Houston Northcutt Blvd. The new sandwich shop will be in the Polly’s Jewelry Center where the Black Tie store was located. This is the fifth Jimmy John’s franchise in the Charleston area. Bebergal and Regnery represented the tenant, and landlords Richard and Polly Moore represented themselves in the transaction.

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