NAI Charleston Acquires Historic Townhouse

NAI Global, a leading global commercial real estate and brokerage firm, recently acquired property in Charleston, South Carolina for $2.95 million. NAI Charleston is a franchise within NAI Global, which is owned by Andrew L. Farkas.

The property is located at 95 Broad St., and is known as the Major Peter Bocquet House. This townhouse is almost 250 years old and has just recently been renovated. Out of its four stories, floors one through three are 4,500 square feet and would ideally be used for office space. In addition to plenty of storage and many closets, this property boasts a 425 square foot area that could potentially be used for a storefront.

Situated on the east coast, Charleston is a very popular destination spot. 95 Broad St. is located in one of this city’s most renowned neighborhoods, and is in close proximity to the “Four Corners of Law.” This intersection is located at Broad and Meeting St., and is comprised of City Hall, Charleston County Courthouse, the Federal Courthouse, and St. Michael’s Church.

Although recently renovated, the property still retains many of its original features. These include fireplaces registered with the Federal Register of historic homes, a lime-washed exterior, a salon, and an original Georgian façade. This townhome is also an ideal spot for events as it can host between 50 and 80 people.

Due to its excellent location and many features, the purchase of 95 Broad St. makes this property an ideal addition to NAI Global’s diverse portfolio. NAI Global is a subsidiary of C-III Capital Partners, which is owned by CEO Andrew Farkas.