Memos and distinctions

  • Posted: Monday, September 16, 2013 12:01 a.m.

CMIT Solutions of Charleston, a provider of information technology monitoring and management services for businesses, has opened at 295 Seven Farms Drive, Suite C-127, Daniel Island. Amy Justis is the owner.



AmeriHealth Mercy Family of Companies, owner of Select Health of South Carolina, has changed its named to AmeriHealth Caritas.



Nelson Printing Corp. of Charleston has been named the recipient of two “best-of” awards in the The Printing Industry of the Carolinas’ PICA Awards Competition.



Bobby Carrier, director of property management and construction for CBRE Carmody, has been elected 2013 president of the Charleston chapter of the Building Owner and Managers Association International.



Chris Wright, hydrographic survey technician with the Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, was selected as the Federal Executive Association of the Greater Charleston Area’s 2012 Federal Employee of the Year in the technician/assistant employee category.



Charleston attorney I. Ryan Neville has been named Young Lawyer of the Year by the S.C. Bar Young Lawyers Division.



Ryan Welch of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in leasing 1,800 square feet of flex space at 4365 Dorchester Road, North Charleston, to Aero Service Corp. Shep Benjamin of Caldwell Commercial represented the tenant.



Trey Lucy and Blair Belk represented the seller, 501 King Street-I LLC, in the $3 million sale of an 10,111-square-foot building at 499-501 King St., Charleston. Patrick Price of PrimeSouth Group represented the buyer, 501 King Street Ownership LLC.



Carl Michael Harrison of The Beach Co. represented the landlord in leasing of office space at 310 Broad St., Charleston, to Integrated Capital Solutions.



Buddy Bebergal and Kit Regnery of Carolina Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer, Parallel Capital LLC, and the seller, Savannah Capital LLC, in the $3.25 million sale of an 8,500-square-foot first-floor retail condominium at 270 King St., Charleston.



John Orr and Daniel Pellegrino of Colliers International represented the seller, Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union, in the $600,000 sale of a 2,356-square-foot building at 1112 Johnnie Dodds Blvd., Mount Pleasant. Benjy Cooke of Oswald Cooke and Associates represented the buyer, Buck Investments Limited Co.



Moncks Corner-based Home Telecom has rebranded its business services division. It now operates as Connected Business Solutions.

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