Notable Upstate transactions

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The former Hansen brickyard in Ninety-Six has been sold. The 238-acre site was purchased by Robert Todd Calhoun, owner of a local fleet truck leasing company. Calhoun bought the property as an investment with plans to redevelop it in the future. Richard Barrett with Colliers International represented the seller, HBP Property Holdings.


In Easley, Pinnacle Environmental Services has purchased the former Carman Ad Image property at 2403 Powdersville Road for its new headquarters site.

The approximately 4,800 square foot building sits atop 0.94 acres and will allow Pinnacle to further expand its environmental engineering business. The property sold for $270,000. Richard Barrett with Colliers International represented the sellers, Robert and Elizabeth Carman.


The 211.27-acre Frey/Morris Estate property at the intersection of Frey’s Drive and Nazareth Church Road in Spartanburg has sold for $1.6 million. The property is made up of four different tracts and is strategically located within 0.5 miles of the intersection of I-85 and Warren H. Abernathy Highway.

Guy Harris with Spencer Hines represented the sellers.

 


Sterling CPI has purchased 29 acres in the Tyger River Industrial Park on Moore Duncan Highway (Highway 290) in Spartanburg for its new corporate headquarters and distribution facility.

The company paid $1.2 million for the property previously owned by Pacolet Milliken Enterprises.

Guy Harris with Spencer Hines represented the buyer.

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