Coldwell Banker Caine opened its third Real Estate Gallery at 104 Trade Street in Downtown Greer today, Monday, August 20.
Expanding on Coldwell Banker Caine’s strategy to better facilitate real estate research and activities as they happen, the Trade Street Real Estate Gallery offers agents the technology and flexibility they need to conduct business, while on the go, paired with stylish interior design features.
This unique space has a technology bar – a signature feature of Coldwell Banker Caine Real Estate Galleries – with computers for agent use, and television systems strategically placed for viewing properties and displaying presentations. Additionally, multiple conference rooms and sitting areas are available to accommodate agent and client meetings of all kinds.
104 Trade St was first developed in the 1950’s as Miss Alta Cunningham’s Fine Ladies Clothing store. Russ Braasch of the Braasch Building Group redeveloped the space beginning in 2009 into a state-of-the-art, Class A office complex that is LEED® certified, while maintaining the historical appearance of the building. LEED is the nation’s preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings.
“We’re thrilled to continue to serve the Greer market in our new Real Estate Gallery at 104 Trade Street,” said Brad Halter, President of Coldwell Banker Caine and Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine. “The way people look for homes, purchase properties and research new communities is changing, and Coldwell Banker Caine is accommodating that new approach to real estate services while continuing to serve the folks of the Greater Greer community.”
The official grand opening celebration will be held on September 18 from 5:00-7:00 pm.
Coldwell Banker Caine’s other Real Estate Galleries are located in Downtown Greenville at 428 S. Main Street and in Mauldin at 150 Tanner Road, Suite C.