Judy Tatum of Carolina One Real Estate has been elected the 2013 president of the Charleston Top Producers Club. Elaine Brabham is vice president, and Lyla Ambrose of Trademark Properties is secretary and treasurer.
Frank Norvell of Norvell Real Estate Group LLC represented the seller, ELV Associates Inc., in the $7.5 million sale of Ashley Center, a 77,777-square-foot office building in Executive Park at Faber Place, North Charleston. The buyer was Real Estate Value Advisors LLC.
Charleston-based Glick/Boehm & Associates Inc. Architecture, Planning and Interior Design, has received a series of Air Force Excellence in Design awards for its work on the Office of Special Investigations facility at Joint Base Charleston.
Gregg Legerton of Avison Young represented Roper Hospital in leasing 3,450 square feet of space at 349 Folly Road, Charleston. Bryan Perrucci with Southeastern Management Group represented the landlord.
Jack Owens of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in leasing 7,500 square feet of commercial space at 288 Stuart St., Charleston, to Antico Management LLC. Daniel Atwill of Roadstead Real Estate Advisors represented the tenant.
Bob Caldwell and Shep Benjamin of Caldwell Commercial and Ed Kercher of Cushman & Wakefield|Thalhimer negotiated a 4,884-square-foot lease expansion at Aviation Business Park, North Charleston, for Secure Mission Solutions LLC.
Charleston-based Twin Rivers Capital LLC has completed the development of a co-located Family Dollar and McDonald’s in Branford, Fla.
Melanie Leigh Cason, collaborative partner coordinator for HealthCare Simulation South Carolina, has been selected to be one of 20 participants in a yearlong National League of Nurses simulation leadership program.
Jack Pratt of Carolina One Commercial represented the buyer, MWV Parks of Berkeley, in the $40,000 purchase of 2 acres from Shelby Brown. He also represented the sellers, John Keith Gowder and Jeanne Gowder, in the $135,000 sale of 0.67 Acres at 4759 Rivers Ave, North Charleston, to Shera Lee LLC.
David Grubbs of NAI Avant represented the buyer, Summerville Endoscopy Center, in its $450,000 purchase of 1.12 acres on Midland Parkway in Summerville. The seller was represented by Oswald Cooke and Associates.
Chip Shealy of CBRE Carmody LLC represented the tenant, Applied Technology & Management Inc., in leasing 2,772 square feet of office space at 941 Houston Northcutt Blvd., Mount Pleasant. Miles Barkley of Lee & Associates represented the landlord.
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