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Colliers brokers pair of industrial transactions

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QuaLex Manufacturing LLC has leased 44,479 square feet of industrial space in Ridgeway from Carolina Industrial Properties.

Colliers International’s Chuck Salley, Dave Mathews and Thomas Beard represented the landlord in the five-year lease.

QuaLex Manufacturing has leased 44,479 square feet of industrial space in Ridgeway from Carolina Industrial Properties. (Photo/Provided)“With Trane expanding in the Northeast Columbia market, Qualex needed to find space in close proximity to serve them as a supplier,” Salley, vice president and director of the industrial brokerage team in Colliers South Carolina’s Columbia office, said in a news release. “We were able to work with Qualex to find a space that suited their needs in terms in location, infrastructure and budget.”

Approximately 23,012 square feet in the 67,791-square-foot building at 30 Commerce Blvd. remains available for lease.

The Carolina Industrial Properties portfolio, owned by Reger Holdings LLC, includes 39 buildings, 5.5 million square feet and 53 tenants across the state.

In other area transactions:

  • Salley, Mathews and Beard represented Commercial Property Associates in the lease of 25,000 square feet of industrial space at 130 Cort Road in Columbia to Tellworks Communications LLC.
  • Colliers’ Mary Winter Teaster represented Midlands Fatherhood Coalition in the lease of 4,035 square feet of office space in Colonial Village on Colonial Life Boulevard. Teaster, a senior brokerage associate, worked with the organization for more than three years to find the space.
  • Trinity Partners facilitated the lease of a 6,828-square-foot building at 3103 Sunset Blvd. Nick Stomski represented the tenant, Palmetto Infusion Services LLC, while Roger Winn represented owner Hebron LLC. Trinity’s project management team also provided services in the building’s upfitting.
  • NAI Columbia’s Peyton Bryant represented The Key Shop Inc. in the purchase of its new location at 1815 Barnwell St. The company, which provides locksmith services, video surveillance systems, commercial and custom doors and safes, occupied 1000 Taylor St. for 50 years before relocating.

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