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Jake Nidiffer + William Mills are both commercial real estate brokers with local firm Trinity Partners. | Photo provided by Trinity Partners

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You’ve probably seen their names on signs around town, so today, we’re putting a face to the names of two of Trinity Partnerscommercial real estate brokers.

Meet Jake Nidiffer

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Jake earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Newberry College + received several athletic awards as a pitcher during his time on the baseball team. | Photo provided by Trinity Partners

Jake Nidiffer primarily focuses on Trinity Partners’ flex + industrial products, but also works to identify/represent commercial real estate investment opportunities and acquisitions involving undeveloped commercial + recreational land tracts across SC.

He’s involved in a number of local leadership + non-profit organizations, including Columbia Museum of Art, Junior Achievement of Great SC, and Ducks Unlimited.

A few of Jake’s current active listings include:

  • The permit-ready, build-to-suit warehouse opportunity at Carolina Pines Industrial Park (available for lease)
  • The 4,400-sqft flex space, featuring a reception area, two private offices, and an open work area at 90 N. Shorecrest Rd. (available for lease)

Earlier this month, Jake and Nick Stomski, SIOR completed the sale/leaseback of a $3,500,000, 60,000-sqft distribution facility in the State Farmers Market at 307 + 319 Little Chris Ln. in West Columbia.


The Little Chris Ln. property is comprised of two 30,000-sqft front load distribution facilities anchored by eight agriculturally based tenants. | Photo courtesy of CoStar

Meet William Mills

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William graduated from Wofford College with a B.A. in Economics and has been an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) since 2011. | Photo provided by Trinity Partners

William Mills has expertise in representing investors + owners of commercial real estate assets all around COLA, and specializes in the leasing and sales of single and multi-tenant retail and office properties.

An Eagle Scout and outdoorsman, William enjoys hiking, camping, and grilling-out with his wife Caroline + their two dogs. 🐶

William recently represented Time to Shine Car Wash, Inc. in their $1,600,000 purchase of 1.884 acres at 2006 Gervais St. The premium Five Points location, situated across from The Station at Five Points, will serve as the newest Columbia location for the eco-friendly car wash chain.


Located near 3,400 businesses with over 50,000 people employed in close proximity, the 2,200-sqft space is easily accessible to an abundance of daytime + nighttime customers. | Photo provided by Trinity Partners

A few of William’s current active listings include:

  • A 2,200-sqft corner space, ideal for high-end marketplace or restaurant use, at the corner of Lady St. + Sumter St. (available for lease)
  • A 2,400-sqft space at Publix-anchored shopping center on Rosewood — great for retail/restaurant or medical office (available for lease)*
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