Trinity Partners Represents Buyer and Seller of Assembly and Calhoun Building, New Owner to Commence Property Improvements in the Fall of 2020

Rendering of Exterior Improvements to 1931 Assembly and 1022 Calhoun Buildings

Rendering of Exterior Improvements to 1931 Assembly and 1022 Calhoun Buildings

Trinity Partners’ brokerage team, Roger Winn, SIOR and Braden Shockley recently represented Parma Investments with their $1.8 million acquisition of 1931 Assembly Street and 1022 Calhoun Street in Columbia, South Carolina. The seller of the interconnected buildings totaling 22,500 square feet and locally known as the Russell and Jeffcoat building was represented by Trinity Partners’ Bruce Harper, SIOR.

Centrally located in downtown Columbia and built in 1967, the office building is slated to undergo extensive interior and exterior renovations offering a significant upside to office and medical office tenants looking to lease modernized space in the market with plenty of on-site parking spaces.

“Earlier this year, Roger and Braden brought us this building which was certainly in our wheelhouse. Just like our last renovation project at 4100 North Main, we hired Seed Architecture to assist with designing our vision for the building’s transformation and creating its new identity,” said Chris Cashman of Parma Investments.

In the coming weeks, capital improvements will begin to fully revitalize the building’s curb appeal by treating and cleaning its exterior, adding new monument signage and landscaping and freshly sealing and re-striping the parking lot. Interior updates will include refining finishes throughout the building’s unique common areas.

“As a Columbia native, this building has always had an iconic presence to me and I am greatly enthused to see its conversion into an attractive downtown alternative for a wider range of prospective office and medical office tenants,” commented leasing agent, Braden Shockley.

Currently, a variety of suites and space configurations are available to accommodate users requiring 2,500 to 22,000 contiguous square feet.

“At this stage, leasing opportunities in the building are very flexible and the property’s free surface parking and prominent signage is unmatched,” said Roger Winn. “Our entire team is looking forward to seeing the next chapter of this building’s story unfold.”

For more information about planned improvements and leasing opportunities at 1931 Assembly and 1022 Calhoun, contact Roger Winn at 803-567-1455 or rwinn@trinity-partners.com or Braden Shockley at 803-567-1373 or bshockley@trinity-partners.com. For more information about Trinity Partners, visit trinity-partners.com and follow us on Instagram: @trinitypartnerscola.

ABOUT TRINITY PARTNERS
Trinity Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm serving corporate users and institutional owners throughout the United States, with ten service lines ranging from landlord and tenant representation to property management and investment sales. They are known for their entrepreneurial spirit, best-in-class performance, and respected team of commercial real estate professionals, who are directly responsible for the company’s success and collaborative culture. The firm currently leases and/or manages over 20 million square feet of office, industrial, mixed-use, and retail space across the region through their four offices in Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, and Columbia and Greenville, South Carolina.


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