Business memos and distinctions
Bart Langlois and Glenn Goodwin of Landmark Enterprises Inc. represented the landlord in leasing 18,322 square feet of office and warehouse space at 7281 Investment Drive, North Charleston, to SABIC Polymershapes LLC. The tenant was represented by Macon Lovelace of NAI Avant.
Attorney Julie O. Medich, a shareholder in Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Charleston office, has been named a recipient of the annual Women’s Leadership Council Award by Trident United Way.
The International Association of Administrative Professionals’ Charleston chapter was named a Chapter of Excellence in the 25 or more members category.
Howard R. Chapman, former executive director of the Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority, has been named the recipient of the John F. Exnicios Government Employee Outstanding Service Award by the Southern District Institute of Transportation Engineers.
Carl Michael Harrison of The Beach Co. represented the landlord in leasing 1,600 square feet of retail space at 507½ King St., Charleston, to VILN LLC. The tenant was represented by Tim Weldon with King Street Commercial LLC.
Allstate agent Scott Labarowski of Summerville has been designated a Personal Financial Representative.
Charleston-based Rawle Murdy has received a Telly award for “Bringing History to Life,” a Patriots Point Development Authority video about the USS Yorktown.
James Mangano and Lisa Safford of Summit Commercial Properties represented the landlord in leasing 504 square feet at 3262 Landmark Drive, North Charleston, to BRC Construction LLC.
Trident Academy in Mount Pleasant has announced its 2012-13 board of trustees. Margaret MacDonald, former head of school at Ashley Hall, is president. Other members of the executive committee are: Michael Jeresaty, CEO of Ralston Health Group, vice president; Eddie Street, owner of Duck Bottom Plantation, secretary; Martin Skelly, senior adviser at UFG Asset Management Group, treasurer; and Ross Bowker, executive vice president at East West Resorts LLC, at large.
Board members are: Bonnie McAlister, philanthropist; Brendan O’Shea, head of school at Charleston Day School; Ed “Skip” Runge, psychologist; and Walter Hundley, attorney,
Kevin Eichelberger, Nate DaPore and Eric Wages have joined the Charleston Digital Corridor Foundation’s board. Eichelberger is founder and CEO of Blue Acorn; DaPore is CEO of PeopleMatter; and Wages is operations manager of the Google data center in Berkeley County.
Barbara Franklin, owner of Franklin & Associates Inc., has received the 2012 Achievement Award from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.
John Elliott of Howell & Associates represented the tenant, Shure-Fire Protection, and the landlord in the leasing of Units 101 and 102, 2312 Larch Lane, Mount Pleasant. Also, he represented the landlord and Andy Matsick of Shoreline International Real Estate represented the tenant, Eat. Talk. Play. LLC, in the leasing an office suite at 825 Lowcountry Blvd., Mount Pleasant.
Alex Ramsay Jr. and Michael Shuler of King Street Commercial represented the seller, Nichols Capital LLC, in the $1.16 million sale of 9135 University Blvd., North Charleston. Johnny Bevon of Avison Young represented the buyer, Blane Cowart.
Black Fedora Mystery Theater & Shoppe has leased 1,145 square feet at 164 Church St., Charleston. Phillip Owens of Thalhimer Charleston LLC handled the lease negotiations.