174 Meeting St. , a 53,107 square-foot boutique office building in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, was purchased by diversified investment firm Highland Ventures for $16.75 million.
Built in 2013, the building is located near the intersection of Meeting and Market streets on Charleston’s Peninsula and has three levels of office space above a ground-level bank, lobby and parking.
CBRE arranged the sale on behalf of the seller, an affiliate of Cobalt Property Group, and confirmed details of the transaction in a news release. The team of CBRE brokers involved in the transaction include Matt Smith, Patrick Gildea, Grayson Hawkins, Robert Hardaway, Charles Carmody and Ryan Carmody. Charlotte, North Carolina-based Insite Properties advised buyer Highland Ventures in the transaction.
The office property was one of four sold by local developer Holder Properties in 2017 to a joint venture of Cobalt and Garrison Investment Group of New York.
At the time of the sale, 174 Meeting was fully occupied by Truist Bank, Thrive Co-Working, Stifel Financial Corp. and Evening Post Industries.
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“At a time when Amazon, Apple and Comcast rule the movie rental business, Keith Hoogland is quick to point out that renting videos the old-fashioned way — at an actual video store — is not out of style.”
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“Your shelves were always full, my sweet, fallen friend. Your DVDs, your Blu-Rays, your television boxes sets, which for some reason I had to rent disc by disc instead of just the whole season at once, which was irritating as all hell, but that’s ok now. I forgive you.”
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His leadership qualities have allowed him to take a small video store, build it into a massive video rental chain and then successfully transition into a real estate conglomerate with multiple operating subsidiaries. He is fantastic at change management.
CBRE arranged the $16.75 million sale of 174 Meeting, a Class A office building in historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina, to Highland Ventures. (CoStar)
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Students, faculty, administrators and alumni gathered on campus March 23 to celebrate the official naming of the university’s undergraduate business minor in recognition of Vanderbilt alumni Susan and Keith Hoogland, who made a $5 million commitment on behalf of their family in support of the program. The trans-institutional Hoogland Undergraduate Business Program allows undergraduates from across the university to select business as a minor to uniquely support their major curriculum.