Holder Properties Breaks Ground on 174 Meeting Street Office Building

July 02, 2012  |   News   |     |   Comments Off

LOWCOUNTRYBIZSC.COM -  June 28, 2012 - Holder Properties announces the groundbreaking for 174 Meeting Street, a 52,000 sf class A office building located on Meeting Street between Market and Cumberland Streets. This project will be Holder Properties fifth office development in Charleston in the last 5 years, totaling over 400,000 square feet. 174 Meeting Street will be a four story building with the ground floor housing a highly finished lobby, a CertusBank branch, ATM, ...

Speculative Office Building Returning to Charleston, Lack of Class ‘A’ Space

July 01, 2012  |   News   |     |   Comments Off

CHARLESTON REGIONAL BUSINESS JOURNAL - Companies are eyeing Charleston.  But with every company that chooses to start, relocate or expand in the Lowcountry, office space is needed for them to work. In Charleston, class 'A' space is hard to come by, and for the region to remain competitive for firms looking to move, new inventory is a must. To read the full article click http://www.174meeting.com/Downloads/Charleston%20Office%20Article.pdf  

CertusBank Entering Charleston Market, Will Anchor New Downtown Office Building

June 28, 2012  |   News   |     |   Comments Off

POST AND COURIER - A expansion-minded Greenville-based bank is the anchor tenant for a new office building that will rise in the heart of downtown Charleston’s financial district. CertusBank announced it plans to open a retail branch and offices at 174 Meeting St. next June. It also plans to build a footprint throughout the three-county region, said Charles M. Williams, co-chief executive officer. To read the full article click - http://www.postandcourier.com/article/20120628/PC05/120629157/1177/certusbank-entering-charleston-market-will-anchor-new-downtown-office-building

Offices May Fill ‘Missing Tooth’

March 06, 2012  |   News   |     |   Comments Off

POST AND COURIER - A downtown Charleston parking lot that's been described as "a missing tooth" along a densely developed stretch in the city's historic district is about to get filled. A company affiliated with Holder Properties is proposing a four-story office building at 174 Meeting St., a deep, narrow parcel just south of Market Street between a law firm and a bank. No tenants have committed to the space yet, but the developer, 174 Meeting Street Associates ...