SOLD! 2853 Meeting Street Road

Congratulations to agent Boris Van Dyck on representing Engelke Commercial, LLC in the purhcase of 2853 Meeting Street Rd. The property, which includes 6,000 SF of warehouse space for a general contractor office & warehouse, with additional space for future leasing, sold for $425,000.

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SOLD! Wilton St. / Folly Road

Congratulations to agent Len Meyer, representing seller First Citizens Bank, in the sale of 1620 Wilton St. on James Island. The two-lot assemblage, located at the corner of Folly Road & Wilton Street, sold for $480,000.

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SOLD! 289 Huger St.

Congratulations to agent Len Meyer, representing seller Huger Street Holdings, LLC, on the sale of 289 Huger Street in downtown Charleston. Currently occupied by Palmetto Brewery and Charleston Coffee Roasters, 289 Huger St. sold for $2,900,000.

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LEASED: 1107 King St. Suite C

Congratulations to agent Thomas Matthews, representing the landlord, in the leasing of 2400 SF of retail space at 1107 King St. downtown. It is leased to Christmas Studios. 

LEASED: 1107 king st. suite a

Congratulations to agent Thomas Matthews, representing the landlord, in the leasing of 1200 SF of retail space at 1107 King St. downtown. It is leased to the Harbinger Cafe & Bakery. 

 

LEASED: 1107 king st. suite B

Congratulations to agent Thomas Matthews, representing Monarch Wine Merchants as the tenant, in the leasing of 1200 SF of retail space at 1107 King St. downtown.

SOLD! 62 Queen Street

Congratulations to agent Thomas Matthews, representing the buyer, in the purchase of 62 Queen Street downtown. The property sold for $1,150,000.

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SOLD! 2450 Ashley River Road

Congratulations to agent Boris Van Dyck on the purchase of 2450 Ashley River Road. The property sold for $190,000.

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Charleston’s home rental rate jumps: 5th in nation

The price of renting a home in the Charleston-North Charleston region is still on the rise, as stated by the Post & Courier.

The area registered the fifth highest rental rate increase for single-family homes in the nation during the third quarter of 2016, according to housing industry data provider RentRange.

The report of the top 25 metropolitan areas with rent increases found rates in the Charleston region jumped 11.7 percent over the same July-September period in 2015. The report did not specify a dollar figure for the median rental price of houses in the Charleston region.

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