Columbia Real Estate Update 6-13-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / JUNE 13, 2011
The new condos are located at the intersection of Lady and Pulaski streets. They are finished and have covered parking and views of the city. They include one-level floor plans of two to four bedrooms.
Andrea Lavorn Jackson pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Florence to conspiracy to possess, pass, buy and sell counterfeit reserve notes, according to U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles.
The Army estimates that the unit’s 1,200 soldiers and 300 civilian employees and contractors will generate an annual economic impact of at least $118 million.
Gallivan, White & Boyd P.A. opened its new Columbia office today in the Capitol Center with four partners and three associates. The firm launched a Charlotte office earlier this year.
The S.C. Department of Mental Health will ask the state Budget and Control Board on Tuesday to approve the sale of about 166 acres of its Bull Street campus to Greenville developer Bob Hughes for redevelopment into a mixed-use commercial center.
The hospital has received a Gold Plus rating for stroke care from the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines program.
The Beach Company is looking to hire an assistant manager in Columbia. Applicant must have a current S.C. Property Manager's license or obtain it within 90 days of start date and should hold or be working to attain the professional designation of Certified Apartment Manager or Accredited Property Manager. Additionally, two years’ practical experience as either a leasing consultant or an assistant manager at other properties is required. Learn more or apply here.
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