Hot Properties for Jan. 7, 2013

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

Bob Caldwell, president of Caldwell Commercial, and Shep Benjamin, vice president of Caldwell Commercial, together with Ryan Welch of Lee & Associates, leased 1,800 square feet of office and warehouse space to Aero Service Corp. at 4365 Dorchester Road, Suite 303, in North Charleston.


Bob Caldwell, president of Caldwell Commercial, and Shep Benjamin, vice president of Caldwell Commercial, together with Edie DuBose of Meyer Kappy & Associates, leased 852 square feet of office space to Lisa Rysso-DeMaggio, owner of Raquelian Consulting.


Bob Caldwell, president of Caldwell Commercial, and Shep Benjamin, vice president of Caldwell Commercial, together with Todd Garrett of Avison Young, leased 4,500 square feet of office space to I-SYS Corp. located at 2460 Remount Road, Suite 106, in North Charleston.


Bob Caldwell, president of Caldwell Commercial, and Shep Benjamin, vice president of Caldwell Commercial, together with Gary Catterton of Catterton-General LLC negotiated a new lease for biotechnology firm ImmunoScience Inc. for 2,773 square feet of office space located at Harrell Square, 2000 Sam Rittenberg Blvd. in Charleston.


Bob Caldwell, president of Caldwell Commercial, and Shep Benjamin, vice president of Caldwell Commercial, together with Ed Kercher of Cushman & Wakefield Thalhimer, negotiated the expansion of space for Secure Mission Solutions LLC at Aviation Business Park LLC in North Charleston. Secure Mission Solutions will expand its current space from 25,700 square feet to 30,584 square feet.


Bob Caldwell, president of Caldwell Commercial, and Shep Benjamin, vice president of Caldwell Commercial, negotiated the renewal lease for The Pantry located at 2421 Aviation Ave. in North Charleston, part of the Aviation Business Park complex. The lease has been extended for an additional 15 years.


Bob Caldwell, president of Caldwell Commercial, and Shep Benjamin, vice president of Caldwell Commercial, negotiated the renewal lease for I’On Homeowners Association for 100 square feet of space located at 159 Civitas St. in the I’On community of Mount Pleasant.


Jack Owens of Lee & Associates represented the seller, CresCom Bank, in the sale of about 1.07 acres at 2605 Larch Lane in Mount Pleasant for $50,000. John Elliott of Howell & Associates represented the buyer, 2605 Larch Lane LLC.


Trey Lucy and Blair Belk of Lincoln Harris represented the buyer, Kingsmen LLC, in the purchase of 2 Carlson Court in downtown Charleston.


Trey Lucy and Blair Belk of Lincoln Harris announced Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt will occupy 1,400 square feet in the Shoppes of Summerville, located on Central Avenue.


Ryan Welch of Lee & Associates Charleston represented the tenant, Vitetta Law Group LLC, in the lease of 3,534 square feet of office space at 225 Seven Farms Drive on Daniel Island. Mark Mattison of Colliers represented the landlord.


David Grubbs, managing principal of NAI Avant’s Charleston office, represented Summerville Endoscopy Center in the purchase of 1.12 acres on Midland Parkway in Summerville for $450,000. Summerville Endoscopy Center plans to begin construction on the vacant parcel in the first quarter. Oswald Cooke and Associates represented the seller in the transaction.


Buddy Bebergal and Kit Regnery of Carolina Commercial Real Estate represented Jupiter Holdings LLC, a real estate investment firm, in the purchase of 525 King St. in downtown Charleston. The seller, Alan St. Clair of Lead Dog LLC, was represented by Patrick Price of the Prime South Group. Magnifilous Toy Emporium leases 1,500 square feet on the street level.

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