The Medical University of South Carolina Foundation board elected officers: Carlos E. Evans, retired Wells Fargo Bank executive, is chairman; Daniel J. Sullivan, president of Flyway LLC, vice chair; Robyn M. Frampton, foundation CFO, is treasurer; Thomas P. Ander- son, foundation CEO, is secretary. Newly elected to the board for three-year terms are: Beverly Wyse, vice president, general manager of Boeing South Carolina, and W. Thomas Parrington, former president and CEO, Interstate Hotels.

Jon Chalfie of Lee & Associates represented Bank of North Carolina in subleasing a 3,529- square-foot office space at 300 W. Coleman Blvd, Mount Pleasant. The landlord was repre- sented by Chip Shealy of CBRE.

Chris Fraser of Avison Young represented 80 Calhoun LLC in the sale of 80 Calhoun St., Charleston, to Southern First Bank for $1.8 million.

Brent Case of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the seller, 3545 Mary Ader Inc., in the sale of a 9,442-square- foot space at 3545 Mary Ader Ave., Charleston, for $1.3 million to the City of Charleston.

Thomas Boulware and Dexter Rumsey of NAI Avant represented the seller, Dimitrios and Dimitra Hronis, in the $545,000 sale of a 5,076-square-foot restaurant building at 6328 Rivers Ave., North Charleston, to 6328 Rivers Avenue Holdings LLC.

Robert Pratt at RE/MAX Pro Realty represented the landlord in leasing 9,900 square feet of commercial space at 1541 Zion Road, Dorchester, to Temtek Solutions. John Beam of Colliers International represented the tenant.

The Green Heart Project has named new officers and members to its board. Officers are Dirk Bedford, principal at Meeting Street Academy, presi- dent; Kendra Stewart, director of the Riley Center for Livable Communities, vice president; Weston Fennell, lead buyer at Limehouse Produce, treasurer; Jill Braddock, past Green Heart Project agricultural director, secretary; Karalee Nielsen, restaurant entrepreneur, past president. Board members are: Chauncey Jordan, real estate entrepreneur; Dixon Woodward, market president for TD Bank; Abigail Walsh, attorney at Williams & Walsh; Sam Moore, managing director at Greystar; Dana Laurens, state policy and advocacy director at StudentsFirstSC; Julie Montgomery, principal at Hound Media House; Ira Hill, director and teacher at Burke High School Culinary Arts Program; and Michael Hemphill, professor, College of Charleston.

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John Elliott of Howell & Associates represented the seller, Galentine Trust et al., in the $650,000 sale of 5.81 acres at 2232 North Main St., Summerville. Fred St. Laurent of Agent Owned Charleston Group represented the buyer, Geralds GC LLC.

The Charleston chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute elected officers for the 2015-16 year. Scott Sampson, architect with LS3P Associates Ltd., is president; Doug Clark, architect, Glick/Boehm & Associates, vice president; William J. Vukovich, owner of Vukovich Architectural Consulting, treasurer; and Julia Hall of LS3P, secretary. Directors are: Tom Werner, owner, Charleston One Source; Gary Brantley, president, Brantley Construction; Brooke Reisberg, Stubbs Muldrow Herin Architects; and Robert Gerber, president of GJS Architecture LLC.

Pete Harper of Lee & Associ- ates represented the landlord in leasing 2,041 square feet of space at 4969 Centre Pointe Drive to Stantec Consulting Services.

Gerry Schauer of Avison Young represented the tenant DOW Management Co., in the lease of office space at 49 Immigration St., Charleston.