Two Office Transactions Help Revitalize Main Street Business Climate

July 21, 2008

COLUMBIA, SC – July 21, 2008 – Two recent real estate transactions, brokered by Henry Roe of Colliers Keenan, will bring new businesses to Main Street and help to revitalize the business climate as the City of Columbia continues its streetscaping project and City Center Partnership launches its retail initiative.

The first transaction involves 6,300 square feet of office space in the United Way building, located at 1800 Main Street. CarePro Home Health will move from their current location on Elmwood Avenue to occupy the space under a 5-year lease agreement.

Roe also brokered the sale of 1204 Main Street, the former site of Capitol City News & Maps. The renovated building enjoys close proximity to the State Capitol and features 2,500 square feet of first-floor retail space, 2,500 square feet of fully renovated, loft-style office space with a terrace, and two fully renovated, loft-style apartments.

Colliers Keenan is South Carolina’s largest commercial brokerage and third-party property management firm, and the only commercial real estate company with offices in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville. More than sixty Colliers Keenan professionals are engaged in sales, leasing, property management, consulting and corporate real estate services. Colliers Keenan also provides construction management through its affiliate, LCK Construction Services. Colliers Keenan is an owner/member of Colliers International, one of the largest global real estate service organizations, with more than 11,000 employees in 293 offices in 61 countries. Through this strategic alliance, Colliers provides expert local real estate services across the world.