"Better Conversations, Better Cities"
Home > Economic Development > Coming Attractions > Industrial site on Shop Road sells for $2.3 million

Industrial site on Shop Road sells for $2.3 million

Newmark Wilson Kibler, a leading real estate services firm, is pleased to announce the recent sale of 17,000 square feet at 2716 Shop Road to TMC Transportation for $2.3 million. George McCutchen, CCIM, SIOR, Jeremy Wilson, CPM, CCIM, and John Metts represented the seller, McQueeney Properties, in the sale of the space.

Based in Des Moines, TMC Transportation is the nation’s largest employee-owned open deck transportation company. This purchase expands TMC’s presence in the Midlands. Jason Webb, Executive Vice President of Asset Management at TMC Transportation, said of the deal, “TMC is excited to continue its growth and presence in the southeast with this latest acquisition. We look forward to beginning the development of a 44 acre, cutting-edge trucking terminal to support our fleet and train America’s best truck drivers.”


More about Wilson Kibler:

Newmark Wilson Kibler is a full-service commercial real estate company with offices in Columbia, Charleston, Greenville, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Our firm provides a broad range of commercial real estate services throughout the state, including tenant and buyer representation, project leasing, acquisition and disposition, property management, development and consultation. Each of these services is staffed by highly regarded professionals focused on providing value for our clients throughout all phases of our assignments. Our firm is an Accredited Management Organization and our professionals hold prestigious designations including CCIM, CPM and SIOR. For further information visit www.wilsonkibler.com.

Like What You See?



You may also like
Mayor Steve Benjamin to be inaugurated as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors
Midlands Gives breaks record with more than $1.75 million in donations
Palmetto Health recognizes 2018 Palmetto Gold nurses
“#GetYourGiveOn with The Soul of Philanthropy” Free Event for All Ages, April 29 at Richland Library Main