Neil Robinson, a real estate attorney with the Charleston office of Nexsen Pruet, has been named 2015 recipient of the S.C. chapter of the March of Dimes annual Real Estate Award.
Trey Lucy and Blair Belk of Belk|Lucy represented the land- lord of The Shoppes at Bacons Bridge, Summerville, in leasing 3,720 square feet of retail space to Legacy Fit. Jessica Reid of Trademark Properties represented the tenant.
Patrick Hodges. vice president of sales at Blackbaud, has been elected to the board of East Cooper Habitat for Humanity.
Jeremy Willits and Gerry Schauer of Avison Young represented the landlord in the lease of office space at 1041 Johnnie Dodds Blvd., Mount Pleasant, to Hartnett Realty Co.
Brian Zaks of Peninsula Com- mercial represented the seller, Toni and Peter Dieppe, and the buyer, Themy Chakeris, in the $215,000 sale of a 1477-square-foot commercial building at 503 Folly Road Blvd., James Island.
Pete Harper and Reid Davis of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in the lease of a 2,145- square-foot office space at 2420 Mall Drive, North Charleston. Christian Rahe with DTZ represented the tenant, Salient Federal Solutions.
Dexter Rumsey of NAI Avant represented the tenant, Ashton Charleston Residential, in leas- ing 6,753 square feet of office space at Beresford Creek Execu- tive Center, 2265 Clements Ferry Road. Mark Mattison with Colliers International represented the landlord.
P. John DeStefano of Cushman & Wakefield|Thalhimer represented Tidelands Bank, in the $275,000 sale of a 3,039- square-foot site at 1049 Jenkins Road to 1049 Jenkins Road LLC.
Marlena Franklin of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the landlord in leasing 900 square feet of space at 75 Trolley Road to iDoctor.