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When it comes to kitchen remodeling in Ladson, SC installing new kitchen cabinets is a great idea. If you're already upgrading or replacing your kitchen countertops, having new cabinets that match the aesthetics of your kitchen makeover is a no-brainer.
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NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Charleston-based manufacturing company Bintelli is expanding its operation with a new 174,000-square-foot facility in North Charleston.The facility, off Palmetto Commerce Parkway, opened last week and will focus on building golf carts and low-speed electric vehicles.This marks the third expansion for Bintelli in the last three years.“This new facility is a testament to the amazing work our dealer family has done over the last few years,” Bintelli Founder and President Justin Ja...
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - Charleston-based manufacturing company Bintelli is expanding its operation with a new 174,000-square-foot facility in North Charleston.
The facility, off Palmetto Commerce Parkway, opened last week and will focus on building golf carts and low-speed electric vehicles.
This marks the third expansion for Bintelli in the last three years.
“This new facility is a testament to the amazing work our dealer family has done over the last few years,” Bintelli Founder and President Justin Jackrel says. “As we are now operational in what I believe is the largest LSV (low-speed vehicles) manufacturing facility in America, we’re going to be able to even better support our dealer family with the additional vehicles, parts and support they need to continue their rapid growth nationwide.”
Another focus for the move was to have more space for employees so the building is a more comfortable workspace without limiting tight boundaries, says Kevin Marques, Bintelli Production Facility Manager.
“It keeps growing and the biggest thing is keeping the culture the same; we pride our employees and making sure everyone is happy,” Marques says. “We actually know each employee by name and I want to keep that feel here because I think that’s very important for us; that’s the biggest thing, as we grow, I just want to maintain the culture within the company.”
Bintelli assembled 7,000 vehicles last year and is on track to produce 12,000 this year, making the move to a larger facility necessary.
Bintelli says with this new facility, they will be able to keep up with the demand for low-speed electric vehicles and golf carts.
“This expansion is another step in solidifying ourselves at the forefront of the industry,” Bintelli Vice President Jason Perske said. “While faster order fulfillment and greater inventory availability is going to be an incredible asset for our dealer family, I’m far more excited about what this means for the additional levels of support we can offer. I’m excited for all of our dealerships to share in this huge announcement and incredibly thankful for all the support they show us every day.”
In addition to the recent facility expansions, Bintelli says they are also focused on expanding its support and production staff.
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A 336-unit multifamily housing complex in Ladson called Broadstone Ingleside sold for $77.5 million, according to Cushman & Wakefield, a commercial real estate services firm that arranged the deal.Cushman & Wakefield’s John Phoenix, Louis Smart and Austin Green represented the seller in the transaction. The multifamily community was acquired by a joint venture between affiliates of Abacus Capital and Westbrook Partners, according to a Cushman & Wakefield news release."Broadstone Ingleside is a best-in-cla...
A 336-unit multifamily housing complex in Ladson called Broadstone Ingleside sold for $77.5 million, according to Cushman & Wakefield, a commercial real estate services firm that arranged the deal.
Cushman & Wakefield’s John Phoenix, Louis Smart and Austin Green represented the seller in the transaction. The multifamily community was acquired by a joint venture between affiliates of Abacus Capital and Westbrook Partners, according to a Cushman & Wakefield news release.
"Broadstone Ingleside is a best-in-class garden asset built by one of the most prolific developers in the nation,” Smart, director at Cushman & Wakefield, said in the news release. “This deal is in the absolute bullseye for job growth and in-migration in Charleston — one of the fastest growing and most sought-after markets we cover.”
Broadstone Ingleside is a desirable property because it is positioned in a rapidly expanding North Charleston submarket just off Interstate 26, located near several big-name corporations, the news release said.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Sunbelt Multifamily Advisory Group is a 109-person investment sales team covering 11 states. The group closed $11.1 billion in sales volume through 360 deals and more than 60,300 units.
Hot Properties highlights recently sold or leased commercial properties in the Charleston region. Send in your transactions using our online form. Other recent commercial real estate transactions include:
Brent Case and Jing “Julia” Donovan of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the landlord, Windsor Hill Flex LLC, in the lease of retail/flex/office space at Suite 4 at 8210 Windsor Hill Blvd. in North Charleston. Hannah Kamba of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the tenant, La Hacienda of West Ashley LLC.
Kristen Krause of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the seller in the sale of 2,500 square feet on 1.29 acres of commercial redevelopment property at 1905 Old Trolley Road in Summerville for $1.5 million. Michael Silverman of TSCG represented the buyer.
Jing “Julia” Donovan of Coldwell Banker Commercial Atlantic represented the tenant, Poke Cafe Tanger Outlet LLC, in the lease of retail space at Tanger Outlet in North Charleston from Masison Plaza LLC. Chase Development Company represented the landlord.
Markus Kastenholz and Remington Beatty of Colliers South Carolina represented the buyer, Triple B Capital LLC, in the sale of retail space at 2400 Gap Road in North Charleston for $2,000,000.
Robert Pratt of Re/Max Pro Realty represented the buyer, RLP LLC and Tricom Associates LLC, in the sale of 10,880 square feet of retail space at 10599 Dorchester Road in Summerville from PRED Pharmacy-Summerville LLC for $1,850,000. Joel Cukier of Ascension Advisory represented the seller.
Patrick Nealon of Colliers South Carolina represented the seller, Arbys Properties LLC, in the sale of 2,600 square feet of retail space at 6124 Rivers Ave. in North Charleston to Abrahim Dabit.
LADSON, S.C. (WCBD) – Multiple crews worked to recover a vehicle from the water Saturday night following a crash off Farmington Road.According to C&B Fire Department, crews were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash that left a car submerged in the water in Ladson. Charleston Fire Department offering free smoke alarms ...
LADSON, S.C. (WCBD) – Multiple crews worked to recover a vehicle from the water Saturday night following a crash off Farmington Road.
According to C&B Fire Department, crews were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash that left a car submerged in the water in Ladson.
Officials confirmed the incident happened in the area of Farmington Rd.
No word on the driver’s condition. Count on 2 for updates.
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LADSON, S.C. (WCBD) – Several people are sifting through what is left of their belongings after a major fire broke out at a Ladson storage facility on Tuesday morning.The emergency call came in at 7:46 a.m. saying Ladson Self Storage was on fire. The fire destroyed a dozen units at the facility off Highway 78.Wesley Cliff, who owns Living Rock Landscapes, keeps tools, equipment, and some...
LADSON, S.C. (WCBD) – Several people are sifting through what is left of their belongings after a major fire broke out at a Ladson storage facility on Tuesday morning.
The emergency call came in at 7:46 a.m. saying Ladson Self Storage was on fire. The fire destroyed a dozen units at the facility off Highway 78.
Wesley Cliff, who owns Living Rock Landscapes, keeps tools, equipment, and some vehicles for his company at the storage facility.
“I was on my way to work this morning and I pull up to the front of the gate and there’s a guy out there – he’s bleeding from his head, and he just asked for help, and call 9-1-1,” said Cliff.
Cliff said he was just trying to figure out what was going on.
“I look in through the gate and I see up there, I mean there’s smoke everywhere. So, I drive to the back and there’s multiple units on fire,” he recalled.
The fire was ripping through the storage units.
“There was another guy running from the back- he’s coming up to the front saying call 911, and about that time these guys were already here, and they pulled in there and they started getting everything unloaded and started fighting the fire and cutting the doors open. It was a pretty big fire. Got pretty big for a minute,” said Cliff.
12 units were destroyed by fire or heavy smoke damage.
“Units went to work immediately pulling hand lines, starting to extinguish the fire,” explained Battalion Chief Charles Evans with C&B Fire Department.
Numerous fire departments responded. The cause of the fire is undetermined at this point.
And as for the man with blood on his head, officials told News 2 he had minor injuries that did not require EMS transportation.
“Sounds like he was in the unit, perhaps fell down a ladder or some stairs, and one of the units when he was trying to get away to report the fire,” said Batt. Chief Evans.
“Luckily for us, it wasn’t one of our units. But unfortunately, there were some other contractors back there. It was their units; it’s a total loss for those guys. It’s sad that that stuff happens, but they got here fast, they got it put out pretty quickly,” said Cliff.
Crews were on the scene for several hours as they worked to extinguish the flames.
LADSON — Dorchester County has unveiled the first of the new fire and EMS stations they have planned.County Administrator Jason Ward said the Ladson station, which opened July 11, will be a model for future stations.The new technology the county has implemented is PURVIS, a dispatch system that streamlines operations by electronically sending calls through an automated voice to only a number of stations that need to be alerted to a situation. This will allow dispatchers to move on to the next call, and the system also eva...
LADSON — Dorchester County has unveiled the first of the new fire and EMS stations they have planned.
County Administrator Jason Ward said the Ladson station, which opened July 11, will be a model for future stations.
The new technology the county has implemented is PURVIS, a dispatch system that streamlines operations by electronically sending calls through an automated voice to only a number of stations that need to be alerted to a situation. This will allow dispatchers to move on to the next call, and the system also evaluates how many engines are needed to help.
The Ladson station will be the first to use PURVIS. Mario Formisano, deputy administrator for public safety, and Dorchester County Fire Chief Tres Atkinson said all the other stations in the county have PURVIS as well and will start to use it shortly after the Ladson station.
This new station will hold up to 12 people, and has three bays, which can hold up to six vehicles between fire and EMS, according to Formisano.
The $3.3 million station was funded through the Oakbrook Tax Increment Financing District. Ward emphasized how the station is a partnership between Dorchester County, the Town of Summerville and Dorchester School District Two.
“This is one of our flagship projects,” Ward said. “Public safety is one of our primary functions.”
Formisano said part of the reason they needed a new station was because the old station — which was constructed in the 1970s — didn’t face the road. Ward added the building was just starting to show its age, and some parts of it couldn’t be utilized.
Atkinson said the old station had been remodeled several times since its construction, and the firefighters stationed there consistently dealt with maintenance issues.
The county is planning on building two more stations, according to Formisano. He said one is on track to open in the Summers Corner area around November 2024. Ward said the Summers Corner station will be similar to the Ladson station but will have two bays instead of three.
There are also plans to build a new Jedburg station to replace the one on Highway 78, but Formisano said the county is currently looking for property to build the station.
There are already opportunities for the Ladson station to expand. Ward said the Coast Guard is looking to have better access to the Ashley River in Dorchester County for water rescue. One option the county and town are looking at in collaboration with the Coast Guard and a legislative delegation is to add another bay to the Ladson station specifically for the Coast Guard’s use.
Atkinson said getting a new station is a morale boost for the personnel.
“Anytime you get new equipment and new living areas, or something new, that does a lot for our departments,” Atkinson said.