Opened a new insurance claims office in West Columbia; Law firm renews downtown lease > Columbia Business Report

A new Agricultural office insurance the claims service center will open later this year at 3315 Sunset Blvd., bringing the West Columbia office building to full occupancy.

ICN ColombiaJohn Gregory and Will DuPree represented the building owner in the lease of the 2,726 square foot space. The claims center will serve Lexington County and the Midlands, with on-site professionals available to quickly assist Farm Bureau policyholders and third-party claimants with damage assessments, providing estimates and settling claims.

The building also houses Palmetto ENT & Allergy.

Collins & Lacy renews downtown lease

Law office Collins & LacyPC, renewed its lease at the six-story Capital Station building at 1331 Lady St.

The company has been on the top floor of the downtown Columbia building since 1987.

“Collins & Lacy is growing and hiring the best legal talent to better meet the needs of our clients,” said Christian Stegmaier, president of the firm, in a press release. “This has been and will continue to be our headquarters for operations across the state, with room for expansion as we continue to grow. We are pleased to renew our commitment to a vibrant downtown Columbia.

South Carolina Necklaces negotiated the renewal.

“The company name and logo are on the building for a reason,” said Tommy Johnson of Colliers. “Collins & Lacy is the anchor tenant with nearly 35 years of investment in downtown Columbia, here in the Capitol Station building.”

Contact Melinda Waldrop at 803-726-7542.

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