CapRocq Sells Retail, Multifamily Space in Downtown Greenville for $9.4M

by Alex Tostado

GREENVILLE, S.C. — An affiliate of Arkansas-based CapRocq has sold 14,414 square feet of retail space and 22 multifamily units within the Wells Fargo Center in downtown Greenville for $9.4 million to an undisclosed buyer. The retail and multifamily space is situated on the second and third floors. The Wells Fargo Center is a mixed-use development leased to Charles Schwab, Sully’s Steamers, Sticky Fingers and Port City Java. The selling entity, CapRocq Greenville LLC, still owns the remainder of Wells Fargo Center. Scott Burgess and Lance Byars of Colliers International represented the seller in the transaction. Furthermore, Colliers retains the leasing and property management of the portion of the center still owned by CapRocq Greenville.

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