Real Estate

Here are five ongoing projects that will change Columbia’s riverfront landscape for decades to come.
Trinity Partners announced Voodoo Brewing Company as the last tenant of Lexington County’s redevelopment project + the three buildings will total 8,720 sqft.
A new initiative at Congaree Pointe, promises to transform Columbia with a diverse array of amenities, including a farmers market, affordable senior living, and more.
City officials and legislators announced a $3 million allocation for the redevelopment of the former Richland Mall site, marking the beginning of a transformative project in Forest Acres.
Projects, partnerships, and free admission highlight Riverbanks Zoo’s 50th anniversary, promising unforgettable experiences for visitors.
Richland County and Forest Acres officials gathered on Monday morning to share plans for the upcoming redevelopment of the 32 acre Richland Mall property.
Columbia’s Design/Development Review Commission was busy in 2023 and we’re chatting through the highlights and major developments around the city.
Check out these five rental properties, ideal for summer rentals, all located on Lake Murray with private docks for boating and kayaks for exploring.
Rockaway Athletic Club will temporarily close after the property was sold to a local development group. No word yet on if they’ll add a sign for the first time when they reopen.
Last week, we wrote an article talking about the new PickleGarden on the River development. Here’s what Soda Citizens had to say about it.
Colliers | South Carolina facilitated the PickleGarden on the River deal that plans to feature a new 4.75-acre riverfront property, set to open before the end of the year.
We’re spotlighting three senior living communities in Soda City for you, or the retiree in your life, to consider.
What would you like to see come to the shopping center across the street from the Meeting Street Artisan Market, D’s Wings, and Savage Craft Brewery?
Five townhomes in Columbia showcase the trend towards low-maintenance, urban living in walkable communities, blending modern amenities with unique designs.
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
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LS3P aims to build stronger, safer, and more connected communities by designing vital facilities like social services centers, libraries, emergency operations centers, and public safety buildings.
A plan is in place to construct 300 market-rate apartments and a 520-space garage at the corner of River Drive and Sunset Boulevard.
From an artistic Bauhaus design to a renovated brick ranch home with a pool, here are four hot homes for sale in Columbia, SC.
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700 Woodrow offers one- and two-bedroom apartment homes.
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The Celebration Circle was designed to honor pediatric patients, their families, and caretakers as part of the museum’s mission of inclusion and accessibility for all.
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This is some prime real estate up for grabs — so let us know your business ideas for the space.
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The Heron Lake community offers a variety of floorplans so you can find the one that fits your lifestyle.
This 20-year project to connect locals and visitors to the Saluda River is coming to life thanks to a new pedestrian bridge coming to West Columbia.
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Are you ready for riverfront living? Enter: 4 West Apartment Homes
The new Activity Center at Camp Cole will promote inclusivity to ensure individuals with diverse physical and sensory needs can comfortably experience the space.
New Brookland Tavern has been located at 122 State St. in West Columbia since 1976, changing ownership several times. The venue is currently hoping to purchase the building or find a new spot in town.
The Nationally Registered property has now been transformed into 208 studio, one, two, and three-bedroom historic apartments inside the Babcock Building.
The Babcock building’s cupola restoration has been in the works for almost a decade. This week, officials gathered to commemorate the historic restoration and celebrate the reinstallation of one of Columbia’s iconic landmarks.
In the August 1 City Council meeting, funding was approved and a local business was awarded the construction bid for the Finlay Park Revitalization Project, which will take about two years.
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