Midlands Technical College and Clemson University have formally signed a transfer articulation agreement for architecture students.
Preserving South Carolina's architectural heritage is one mission of the South Carolina Architectural Foundation and the state chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and a new showplace designed to highlight that ongoing
Benedict College will use a $500,000 grant from the National Park Service to continue rehabilitation efforts at Morgan Hall, the oldest building in the college's historic district. Morgan Hall, constructed in
McMillan Pazdan Smith, an architecture firm locations in Columbia and throughout the state, has named a new COO. Mark Gettig previously served as the president of LifeMade, a division of Greer-based manufacturer
Garvin Design Group, Boyer Construction and Cason Development Group are creating one of downtown Columbia's most distinctive luxury apartment complexes. The project is expected to be ready for
The Laundry Building, the oldest surviving service building on the BullStreet District campus, has undergone renovations overseen by Avant Holdings and is expected to be ready for retail tenants by
A collaboration between Historic Columbia and a local philanthropic organization will help visitors to one of the city's most distinguished landmarks learn more about the property from the ground up. Starting next spring
Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin will issue a proclamation declaring Oct. 5 Hotel Trundle Day during Tuesday's city council meeting. The boutique hotel was also recently named one of the country's top 5 historic hotels by USA Today.
Cason Development Group and Cohn Corp. are expected to start work in August on restoring and renovating 1813 Main St. for 28-30 market-rate apartments.
Expansive celebrated the official launch of its new space at 1122 Lady St. earlier this month. The nationwide company owns the building, which it says provides flexibility for its clients.
A Starbucks Community Store is planned for 2509 Forest Drive. The location, set to open in early August, will offer coffee along with education, workforce development and job creation programs.
The 20-acre public park in the BullStreet District is named for noted Columbia architect and builder Page Ellington, a former enslaved man who helped design buildings for the S.C. State Hospital complex.