Nick Stomski, SIOR and Jake Nidiffer of Trinity Partners Columbia closed out 2022 with four notable transactions.
Stomski and Nidiffer represented the seller in the transaction of 1100 Knox Abbott Drive in Cayce. The property, formerly a bank, is situated on 1.03 acres at the corner of Knox Abbott Drive and Garden Avenue. The Columbia area can look forward to the development of a new restaurant in the city of Cayce!
Representing First Community Bank, the pair executed the sale of a 13,400 square feet flex building located at 1735 Wilson Road in Newberry, SC. The building sits on approximately 2 acres along a major business corridor across from Newberry County Memorial Hospital.
Trinity Partners facilitated the sale of 101 Sum Mor Drive for the second time in 2022. The 6,160 square foot medical office building located in West Columbia is near Lexington Medical Center.
Lastly, Stomski and Nidiffer facilitated the sale and lease-up of a 16,530 square foot flex/industrial property located 1201 Rosewood Drive in Columbia. We are excited to welcome a new tenant to the former T&T Sports building.
For additional information, please contact Nick Stomski, SIOR at [email protected] or Jake Nidiffer at [email protected]. To learn more about Trinity Partners, visit trinity-partners.com and follow us on Instagram: @trinitypartnerscola.
ABOUT TRINITY PARTNERS
Trinity Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm serving corporate users and institutional owners throughout the United States, with ten service lines ranging from landlord and tenant representation to property management and investment sales. They are known for their entrepreneurial spirit, best-in-class performance, and respected team of commercial real estate professionals, who are directly responsible for the company’s success and collaborative culture. The firm currently leases and/or manages over 25 million square feet of office, industrial, mixed-use, and retail space across the region through their four offices in Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, and Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina.