A new office co-working concept geared toward students and young professionals is now open at the Hub at Columbia.
Collective & Co. debuted The Space at 1426 Main St. in downtown Columbia on Monday. The Space will offer workshops, networking opportunities and mentorships designed to provide professional and personal growth to help members stand out in a competitive job landscape.
The Hub at Columbia is part of Hub on Campus, the flagship brand of student housing developer Core Spaces.
“As Core becomes increasingly hyper-focused on the needs of our residents, we see their passion to explore,” Marc Lifshin, founder and CEO of Core Spaces, said in a news release. “We’re making college better than the real world by bringing the opportunities they’re searching for right to their front door.”
In addition to problem-solving workshops, leadership seminars and an in-house marketing agency, The Space will also provide yoga, meditation workshops and mental health awareness events.
“Now, more than ever, it’s imperative that the college experience be a time that students build and grow their future,” Aaron Dixon, CEO and founding partner of Collective & Co., said. “That’s why we’ve partnered with Core Spaces to meet students where they are.”
China Jushi subleases Blythewood industrial space
China Jushi USA Corp. subleased 195,021 square feet of industrial space at 1800 Jenkins Brothers Road in Blythewood.
Colliers International South Carolina’s Chuck Salley, Dave Mathews, Thomas Beard and John Peebles represented landlord Amcor Rigid Packaging USA LLC in the transaction, while NAI Columbia’s John Gregory and Ryan Causey represented China Jushi.
In other area transactions:
Salley, Mathews, Beard and Peebles represented Weston Inc. in the lease of 81,295 square feet of industrial space at 2630 Highway 15 S. in Sumter to Sumter Nutritionals LLC.
Salley, Mathews, Beard and Peebles represented Weston Inc. in the lease renewal of 44,100 square feet of industrial space at 1020 Idlewilde Blvd. in Columbia to Jones School Supply Co. Inc.
Salley, Mathews, Beard and Peebles represented Gerald L. Stimple in the lease renewal of 36,972 square feet of industrial space at 809 Bookman Road in Elgin to Jayco Manufacturing.
Allen Wilkerson represented AgFirst Farm Credit Bank in the lease renewal of 11,312 square feet of office space at 1901 Main St. in Columbia to Total Quality Logistics.
Tommy Johnson represented Glen 1441 LLC in the lease of 1,939 square feet of office space at 1441 Main St. in Columbia to McCormick Taylor Inc.
Crawford Prezioso and Mary Winter Teaster represented Bowers Property Management LLC in the sale of a 1,170-square-foot office building at 1820 Bull St. in Columbia to Columbia Psychological Services LLC.
Teaster represented The Hinks Co. Inc in the sale of 712 Richland St., Suite D, a 1,015-square-foot office suite, to Dayson and Shalabi Holdings LLC.
Ryan McCue represented Wrenn Ventures in the sale of 1.35 acres of land at 1824 Atlas Road in Columbia to Quicktrip Corp.
Ryan Causey, Alex Johnson and Peyton Bryant represented the tenant, Hospice Care of South Carolina, in the lease of 2,412 square feet of office space located at 8 Law Range in Sumter from RFK Rentals and 2,900 square feet of office spaces located at 550 Silver Bluff Road, Suite 200 and 300 in Aiken from JCZ Investors LLC.
Ryan Causey, Peyton Bryant and Alex Johnson represented the landlord, WO Ventures, in the lease of the 3,279 square foot office space located at 130 Whiteford Way, in Lexington to The Art of Real Estate, LLC.
John Gregory represented the tenant, Sullivan Holdings, LLC, d/b/a Renewal by Andersen of the Carolinas, in the lease of the 3,500 square foot industrial building located at 1114 First St. S. in Columbia, from Forum Development II LLC. The landlord was represented by Jake Nidiffer and Nick Stomski of Trinity Partners.
Tombo Milliken, Tom Milliken and Nelson Weston III represented the seller in the $117,400 sale of 14.68 acres of land in Chapin.
Bryant and Causey represented the seller, Estate of Stephen R. Berry, in the $315,000 sale of a 3,800-square-foot office building located at 1601 Hampton St. in Columbia’s central business district to Thomas Hamilton Title Services LLC.
Ben Kelly, Patrick Chambers and Jack Springs represented the seller, Scepter Enterprises LLC, in the $385,385 sale of the 5.93 acres of land located at Industrial and Porsche Drive in Lexington.
Alex Johnson and Gregory reprsented the seller, Commerce Drive Partners, in the sale of a 7,200-square-foot self-storage facility at 2200 Commerce Drive.
Gregory represented the seller, Foreman Street Holdings LLC, in the $212,500 sale of a 4,250-square-foot warehouse and office building at 2246 Foreman St. in Cayce to Five Donkeys.
Tombo Milliken, Tom Milliken and Weston III brokered the $5.15 million sale of 18.87 acres of commercial land in Fort Mill for future development.