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Trinity Partners fully leases 4100 N. Main St.

Staff Report //April 28, 2020//

Trinity Partners fully leases 4100 N. Main St.

Staff Report //April 28, 2020//

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The Trinity Partners brokerage team of Roger Winn and Braden Shockley has fully leased a newly renovated medical office building at 4100 N. Main St. in Columbia.

The 19,000-square-foot building was acquired last year by Cola MOB LLC and underwent extensive interior and exterior upgrades overseen by Seed Architecture.

A renovated medical office building at 4100 N. Main St. has been fully leased by Trinity Partners. (Image/Provided)“With the owner’s commitment to the renovation process we aren’t surprised by the preleasing success at 4100 N. Main,” Winn, partner at Trinity Partners, said in a news release. “It is very rewarding to see a client’s investment in building improvements not only bear fruit for the owner but for the building’s occupants and the surrounding communities they serve.”

 The building owners also hired Trinity Partners’ Property Management Division, led by Trinity senior property manager Ashley Owens, to handle leasing.

“In early 2019, a colleague in Columbia, Charles Gary, brought us this off-market opportunity. Once under contract, we immediately hired Trinity Partners to handle leasing and Seed Architecture to design the building’s improvement plan,” Chris Cashman of Cola MOB said. “The resulting 100% occupancy in less than 12 months exceeded our expectations by a long shot.”

Tenants include long-term occupants Dr. Albert Humphrey, Dr. Ronald L. Johnson and Dr. Keisha E. Oliver, as well as new tenants AHF Healthcare, Envision Wellness Medical Group, She’s Counseling and Carolina Cardiac Care. The last two tenants are scheduled to move into the building early next month.

“We can’t express enough appreciation for 4100 N. Main’s existing tenants, who stuck with us during the building’s transformation,” Shockley said. “The long-term value of upgrading common areas and bringing building systems up-to-date is a true win-win for all sides.” 

NAI Columbia’s Stanland retiring

Dick Stanland, a senior broker at NAI Columbia, is retiring after a 47-year career that has included 24 years with the Columbia commercial real estate firm.

Stanland most recently negotiated a five-year lease extension with the tenant and represented seller Perry Mann Investments of Columbia in the subsequent sale of a 24,600-square-foot, Class A office building and warehouse at 411 Huger St.

“To be in this business with others who have seen how it has evolved and to play a key role in my fair share of prominent transactions throughout the years … I decided to retire upon closing the Huger Street deal,” Stanland said in a news release. “It has been an honor to play a key role in NAI Columbia and to see it grow over the years. I have had a fulfilling career that has brought many great friends, colleagues and clients into my life and I am grateful to have been entrusted to provide them with the highest quality of service.”