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Columbia Business Monthly

PMC Commercial Interiors Enters Columbia Market, Selects Capitol Center for Office and Showroom

Mar 05, 2019 01:56PM

CBRE has arranged a 2,362-sq.-ft. lease for PMC Commercial Interiors (PMC) at 1201 Main Street, the Capitol Center in downtown Columbia, SC. PMC is a full-service interior solutions provider for commercial, educational, healthcare and hospitality spaces, offering services and products ranging from furniture and architectural products, to collaborative technology and ideation to create spaces that are smart, beautiful, and highly functional. The Capitol Center space will function as an office and showroom for the company’s first Columbia location, which is set to open in Q2 2019.

CBRE’s Marie Dieckmann represented PMC in the site selection and lease transaction. CBRE’s Aaron Dupree represented the landlord, Hamilton Capitol Center, LLC.

“PMC is new to the market and sought out a great space with high visibility for its office and showroom. The high-profile space on the mezzanine level of the building exceeded the requirement,” said Ms. Dieckmann, senior associate at CBRE. “We’re excited to welcome PMC to Columbia and to be part of the company’s growth story as this is its sixth Carolinas location.”

“We’ve been impressed with the continued growth of Columbia and look forward to assisting its various industries create ideal working environments. The extremely accessible location of the new showroom, along with the new amenities and renovations underway in the building, will provide PMC and our clients a truly unique place to conduct business,” said Jeff Councilman, a principle with PMC who will be managing the Columbia office.    

The Capitol Center is a 25-story Class A office tower with 460,020 sq. ft. of space. Located in the heart of downtown Columbia, the Capitol Center is directly adjacent to the South Carolina State Capitol Complex, Main Street, and the Congaree Vista. It offers spectacular panoramic views of Downtown, the Congaree, Saluda, and Broad Rivers, Lake Murray, and the University of South Carolina.