Alice Paylor, a partner in the Charleston law firm Rosen Hagood, has been named a recipient of the inaugural G. Dewey Oxner Jr. Mentor of the Year Award by the S.C. Bar.
Johnny Bevon of Avison Young represented the buyer, Wando-BOI, in its $1.5 million purchase of a 23,760-square-foot office and warehouse building at 483 Long Point Road. The seller, Wither’s Enterprises, was represented by Phil Rose of Twin Rivers Capital.
Lisa B. Burbage, a real estate agent with Elaine Brabham & Associates and owner of Wellness Beyond Fifty, has been certified as an integrative health coach after two years of studies at Duke University.
Virginia Salley, founder and CEO of Salley’s Fine Chocolate, and Barry Moore, publisher of The Press and Standard have been named to Colleton Medical Center’s board of trustees.
Carl Michael Harrison of Beach Commercial represented the tenant, George Legacy, doing business as Allegro Dance Shop, in leasing 1,400 square feet of space at 597 Belle Station Blvd. The landlord was represented by Harvey Brockinton of Retail & Investment Property Advisors.
DeLuca & Maucher LLP law firm has opened an office at 113 Broughton Road, Moncks Corner, where partner Gregory A. DeLuca has relocated.
Thomas Buist of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in leasing 10,000 square feet of warehouse at 7289 Spa Road, N. Charleston. Will Martin of Holcombe Fair & Lane represented tenant Infinger Furniture.
Family Wellness Center of Charleston has opened at 9217 University Blvd., Suite C1B. The owner is Dr. Stania DeJesus.