Investment Sale Opportunity - Palm Village Shopping Center

Retail-Commercial for Sale
Catylist Listing ID: 30405244
Property Subtypes: Street Retail, Other
Building Size (RSF): 22,604 SF
Gross Building Area: See Agent
Sale Price: $2,200,000
Unit Price: $97.33 PSF
Property Use Type: Investment
Building Name: Palm Village
Sale Terms: Cash to Seller
Cap Rate: Undisclosed
Last Updated: 7/25/2019

Overview / Comments

Palm Village is a 22,604 square foot retail building located on well-travelled Bacons Bridge Road in Summerville, SC. Area retailers include Harris Teeter, BiLo, Tuesday Morning, Dollar Tree, Walgreens, Cirque Salon Studios, and Applebees, just to name a few.

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Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Charleston-North Charleston
County: Dorchester
Submarket/Township: 62 - Summerville/Ladson Area to Hwy.165
Tax ID/APN: 145-06-06-007
Area Description: The town of Summerville is situated mostly in Dorchester County and is part of the 745,000-person Charleston, SC MSA. Summerville is a burgeoning community with a strong local economy, beautifully planned neighborhoods, excellent schools, rich history, and plenty of southern hospitality. In the past thirty years, the population of Summerville has increased exponentially as families, business people, and military personnel continue to flock to charming city.
Tenancy: Multiple Tenants
Year Built: 1978

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 10,781 70,649 114,373
Median Age: 40.27 36.44 34.85
Households: 4,210 27,025 42,443

Contact

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Trey E Lucy, III

Belk / Lucy SCCMLS Member
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Blair A Belk

Belk / Lucy SCCMLS Member
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Morrow Boggs

Belk / Lucy SCCMLS Member
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