Elizabeth Scott Moise, a part-ner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP in Charleston has been elected to a three-year term on the My Carolina Alum- ni Association Board of Governors.

Michael Carmody of CBRE represented the seller, 359 King Street LLC, in the $6.275 million sale of 359 King St., Charleston, to King Street Retail LLC.

Leslie Fellabom of Avison Young represented the landlord in leasing 2,075 square feet of office space at 171 Church St. to PruittHealth Hospice. Alex Irwin and Mark Taylor of Newmark Grubb Wilson Kibler represented the tenant.

Deborah Brooks, a certified adult nurse practitioner with the nephrology division of the Medical University of South Carolina, has been appointed to the board of commissioners of the Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission for a two-year term.

Mike Rose of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic repre-sented the buyer, American Workbench LLC, in the $650,000 purchase of a 16,860-square-foot warehouse at 403 Fleming Road, Charleston. The seller was Kemp Murray LLC.

The UPS Store has opened at 1605 Central Ave., Summerville.

Trey Lucy and Blair Belk of Belk|Lucy represented the landlord in leasing 2,100 square feet of retail space at 2 Carlson Court, Charleston, to Southern Art Gallery. Shea Robbins with Carolina One Real Estate represented the tenant.

J. Ryan Welch of Lee & Associ- ates represented the landlord and the tenant, McKenna Agency, in the lease of 1,001 square feet of office space at 2154 N. Center St., Suite B-205, North Charleston.

Robert Pratt of RE/MAX Pro Realty represented the landlord in leasing 1,885 square feet of space at 396 E. Fifth North St., Summerville, to Tri-County Elite Cheer and Dance LLC.

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Charlie Moore and William Moore of Carolina Commercial represented the buyer, Summer- ville Office Properties, in the $719,000 purchase of 0.75 acre of commercial land in Brickyard on Berlin G. Myers Parkway, Summerville. The seller, SeaMist of IOP, was represented by Joyce Beach of CBRE.

Michael Robertson, a Glasspro auto glass technician and North Charleston assistant manager, won the Silver Medal at the Auto Glass Olympics.

Will Phillips of Ravenel Com- mercial Properties represented the seller, Farmers & Merchants Bank of S.C., in the $115,000 sale of 140 Church Road, St. Stephen, to Viva TPE Products LLC.

Todd Garrett of Avison Young represented the landlord in leasing 10,000 square feet of office/ warehouse space at 3330-A Cross County Road to Amercare LLC.