CHARLESTON, S.C., May 4, 2021 – Beach Commercial, Charleston’s oldest locally owned commercial real estate firm and the full-service commercial division of The Beach Company, announced today that it has completed the full lease-up of 32,285 square feet of retail space at Live Oak Square, Johns Island’s newest mixed-use development.
Representing Crowne Partners, Inc., Beach Commercial exclusively managed the entire lease-up at Live Oak Square, which is located on Maybank Highway in the heart of Johns Island.
Developed, owned and managed by Crowne Partners, Inc., Live Oak Square is a 10-acre community combining retail and office space in six buildings situated in front of Crowne at Live Oak Square, a 282-unit luxury apartment community.
Carlmichael Harrison and Eddie Hughes of Beach Commercial represented Crowne Partners, Inc. in the successful lease-up to 14 diverse tenants, including Roper St. Francis Primary Care, The Woodruff wine bar, Cabana Burgers & Shakes, Tolli’s Trattoria, Kiss Cafe, Charleston Gents Barbering and Harlow hair salon.
Live Oak Square’s first-floor offerings consist of retail, restaurant and medical tenants with second floors devoted to medical, dentist and office tenants. Current second-floor office tenants include Holy City Orthodontics and Cypress Family Dental. There still is second floor turn-key office space available for lease with an abundance of parking.
About Beach Commercial
As the oldest, locally owned, full service commercial brokerage firm in Charleston, Beach Commercial’s business relationships network is the key to negotiating the best deal for your business. Market knowledge, relationships and timing are of utmost importance to buyers and sellers alike. Beach Commercial’s team of real estate experts can help minimize risk, recommend the best time to lease, buy or sell, and guide you carefully through every consideration. Put our market knowledge to work for you.
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