NAI Charleston announces David Ingle and Sarah Shelley of NAI Charleston represented Evening Post Industries (EPI) in their relocation to three new spaces from their previous headquarters at 134 Columbus Street.
The Post & Courier offices have relocated permanently to 148 Williman Street at the corner of Meeting Street and Williman Street, which previously housed tech-firm Blue Acorn. This ±7,974 SF office space will provide an efficient open layout with modern finishes. The upper area of the Charleston peninsula is extremely accessible and close to both I-26 and Hwy 17. The landlord is RCC Investors 1081 Morrison, LLC.
Ingle and Shelley also facilitated the relocation of the newspaper’s distribution and manufacturing departments to 4500 Leeds Avenue in the World Trade Center Charleston. The ±48,550 SF space will house a state-of-the-art print facility that is aiming to be complete by Spring of 2022. Avison Young represented the landlord LRC Leeds Holdings, LLC.
In addition, the executive offices of Evening Post Industries have relocated to 174 Meeting Street and will lease ±15,039 SF. CBRE represented the landlord SAJ Shift Corp.
“It has been an honour and pleasure representing Evening Post Industries,” said David Ingle, partner and broker at NAI Charleston. “We are excited to welcome the Post & Courier as a neighbor in NoMo district’s Half Mile North and wish EPI continued success.”
About Evening Post Industries
Evening Post Industries is a privately held American media company, based in Charleston, South Carolina. In 2013, the company changed its name from the Evening Post Publishing Company to Evening Post Industries. In addition to The Post and Courier of Charleston, the South’s oldest daily newspaper, the company owns six other newspapers in South Carolina. Other holdings include White Oak Forestry Company, and a marketing agency, Clear Night Group.
About NAI Charleston
NAI Charleston is a full-service commercial real estate firm whose industry experts have over a century of combined experience in the Charleston commercial real estate industry and over $1 billion in total transaction volume. In 2017, local brokers Thomas Boulware, Dexter Rumsey, David Ingle and David Grubbs partnered together to found NAI Charleston as an independent franchise of NAI Global, one of the leading global commercial real estate firms, to strengthen their leadership and footprint in the Lowcountry. An owner-operated firm, NAI Charleston possesses a highly personal and unwavering commitment to excellence that can’t be duplicated. Local ownership and leadership, paired with global resources, enables them to offer clients unparalleled services. As a member of NAI Global, NAI Charleston has independent access to the largest, most powerful network of owner-operated commercial real estate firms in the world. Their affiliates comprise 6,000 professionals in 375 offices and 36 countries. Their brokerage, development, management, and consulting services are tailor-made to meet the specific needs of each assignment – from single transactions to coordinating the delivery of multiple services over broad geographic areas. http://www.naicharleston.com