Southern Community Services (SCS) has added three new Columbia area communities to its client list.
Canal Place, located in Downtown Columbia, offers 110 single-family, detached homes. Right off of Park Street in Historic Earlewood, the community consists primarily of two-story homes ranging from 1,400 to 1,800 square feet.
Timberland Place is an established community in Lexington. The Richland County School District One school choices create the foundation for family homes that range from 1,500 to 2,800 square feet. The community is located by I-20 and I-26.
Bower Parkway, by Columbiana Mall in Harbison, has both residential and commercial condos offering up to 26 spaces total.
“I am thrilled to be a part of the growth with SCS. My two newest clients are perfect examples of the diversity within our communities, and one of the reasons I enjoy being a community association manager with the company,” says SCS team member Victoria Robinson. “SCS specializes in accommodating the varying needs of our customers by remaining a forward-thinking organization with a very hands-on approach. Each community is unique and should be treated as such.”
“It is a pleasure to watch SCS expand in the Carolinas,” notes SCS Vice President Mary Helen Settle. “Our home office is in Columbia, S.C., and we are thrilled for the opportunity to work with more neighborhoods, their owners and boards of directors to maximize the benefits of community association living.”
About Southern Community Services:
Founded in 2000, Southern Community Services (SCS) specializes in the management of homeowner associations across the Carolinas, with a longstanding reputation as the leader in its industry. Staffed with accredited professionals who work diligently to accommodate the unique needs of each community, SCS provides turnkey solutions, technology, and decades of association management experience to boards, with senior-level involvement in every aspect of the business. Learn more about SCS at www.TrustSCS.com.