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Spotlight on 7 Storehouse Row

January 9, 2012

Reusing existing buildings is one of the ultimate forms of recycling.  As part of the original Charleston Naval Base, Building 7 was built in 1905 as a storehouse.  Today, 7 Storehouse Row is used for professional office space and home to a variety of growing businesses.  The unique character and historical nature of the building can be seen throughout all three floors and 33,000 sq ft of flexible office space.  The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located inside the Naval Shipyard Historic District.  Reuse not only preserves our visual ties to the area’s heritage, it eliminates the need for complete demolition which sends large quantities of material to the landfill and consumes building materials for new construction.

7 Storehouse Row represents our vision of an office for the 21st Century – one that is healthy, inspiring, productive, flexible and sustainable.  The sustainable features of the building enhance comfort, health, efficiency and durability.  The building boasts the 1st LEED Commercial Interior certified project in South Carolina.

Currently, there are opportunities for leasing space at 7 Storehouse Row.  Please reference the below images or contact Andy Parker at parker@coppedgetison.com or 843-724-0108

Learn more about the area by viewing this video.

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