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Laurel Street law firm building changes hands

Staff Report //December 7, 2020//

Laurel Street law firm building changes hands

Staff Report //December 7, 2020//

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A 2,740-square-foot office building at 1703 Laurel St. in downtown Columbia has sold to the Law Offices of James B. Hindersman LLC.

A 2,740-square-foot office building at 1703 Laurel St. in downtown Columbia has sold to the Law Offices of James B. Hindersman LLC. Colliers International South Carolina‰ŰŞs Mary Winter Teaster represented the owner, Grimsley Law Firm, in the transaction. (Photo/Provided)Colliers International South Carolina’s Mary Winter Teaster represented the owner, Grimsley Law Firm, in the transaction. The Law Offices of James B. Hindersman, also represented by Colliers, focused on real estate law.

Grimsley Law Firm, specializing in foreclosure and bankruptcy services, merged with D’Alberto & Graham in October to form D’Alberto, Graham & Grimsley, with offices at a newly opened building at 508 Meeting St. in West Columbia.

“Mary Winter did a fantastic job in handling the sale of my office building from start to closing,” Edward L. Grimsley said in a news release. “She was always responsive and worked well with the buyer's agent to make the sale go forward in a timely manner and as smooth as possible.”

1703 Laurel Street, at the intersection of Laurel and Henderson streets, features 12 offices, a conference room, break area and reception lobby.

NAI Columbia brokers Rosewood Church transaction

NAI Columbia’s Thomas Wyatt represented the seller, SC Synod of Evangelical Lutheran Church, in the $600,000 sale of an 8,500-square-foot religious facility at 3705 Moss Ave. to Rosewood Church. The facility is located on 0.78 acres off Rosewood Drive.

“Working with the client to ensure the property remains a church was a key aspect to closing this deal,” Thomas Wyatt, NAI Columbia brokerage associate, said in a news release. “Though there were many redevelopment opportunities that presented themselves, NAI Columbia brokers were committed to keeping the community intact and helping this staple of a church to live on.”

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