McAngus, Goudelock & Courie Signs Lease To Relocate To 1320 Main Street In Downtown Columbia
Columbia, SC (February 10, 2010)
McAngus, Goudelock & Courie has signed a 35,600-square-foot long-term lease to relocate its Columbia headquarters to the Meridian building located at 1320 Main Street, according to its real estate advisor Studley.
The law firm, which is presently located at 700 Gervais Street, will be subleasing space on the ninth and 10th floors of the building from Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough.
“The Meridian Building was the perfect fit for our law firm. We have a long-standing relationship with Nelson Mullins and I can’t think of a better situation for our firm going forward,” said McAngus, Goudelock & Courie Managing Partner Jay Courie. “We’ve worked with Studley for the past five years and their expertise working with law firms continues to serve us well.”
Studley Executive Vice President and Branch Manager Andrew Lechter and Corporate Managing Director Michael Broome represented the law firm in the transaction.
The Meridian building is a 17-story, 336,000-square-foot Class A office tower owned by Holder Properties. It is located in the heart of Columbia’s financial business district within close proximity to shopping, retail and public transportation.
The law firm is expected to take occupancy in the building by October.
Studley is the only global tenant advisory firm with a pure tenant representation delivery platform. Founded in 1954, Studley pioneered this conflict-free business model. Today, with 19 offices nationwide and an international presence through its London office and AOS Studley throughout Europe, Studley provides strategic real estate consulting services to top-tier corporations, law firms, nonprofits, government agencies and institutions of higher education. Information about Studley is available at www.studley.com.