Parkland Plaza will be the fifth location for East Bay Deli in the Columbia market
Colliers International | South Carolina Vice President Rox Pollard and Senior Brokerage Associate Danny Bonds represented the landlord in the lease of 3,200 square feet in Parkland Plaza in Cayce, SC. The tenant was represented by Mike Edwards of Wilson Kibler, Inc.
East Bay Deli originated in Charleston, SC in 2001 and is a New York-style delicatessen with bright, welcoming features along with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating. The restaurant offers deli favorites as well as an array of healthy options including salads, wraps, sandwiches and soups.
Parkland Plaza, built in the 1950s, is one of Columbia’s most historic and enduring shopping centers. Parkland Plaza neighbors the University of South Carolina campus, the Central Business District, the University of South Carolina’s Founders Park baseball stadium and nearby riverfront developments. Parkland Plaza was recently renovated with a new contemporary look and welcomed Planet Fitness in 2018.
“East Bay Deli is a strong addition to Parkland Plaza. They will benefit immensely from the growth and vibrancy of the rapidly changing Cayce/West Columbia riverfront district,” said Pollard. “The store will be state of the art and offer attractive and comfortable indoor and outdoor dining options. East Bay Deli is a real asset to dining in the central South Carolina region and we are thrilled to have them in Parkland Plaza. Food Lion will also be opening in the BI-LO space in January, further adding to the vibrancy and excitement at Parkland Plaza.”
Pollard and Bonds are members of the Colliers | South Carolina Retail Services Team in the Columbia office, specializing in landlord and tenant representation in leasing and purchasing commercial and retail properties.
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