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Allen Tate Realtors is moving from central business district

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Monday, February 18, 2013

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Allen Tate Realors will move into the 4,000-square foot former Verizon store at 1380 Wade Hampton Blvd., on April 15.

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Allen Tate Realors will move into the 4,000-square foot former Verizon store at 1380 Wade Hampton Blvd., on April 15.



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Agents said they outgrew the 3,000-square foot office at 117 Trade Street in Greer's central business district.

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Agents said they outgrew the 3,000-square foot office at 117 Trade Street in Greer's central business district.



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The Allen Tate office was prime location during Tunes on Trade last summer at the corner of Trade and Victoria streets. The agency promoted their properties strategically on Friday nights during the summer event.

Jim Fair

The Allen Tate office was prime location during Tunes on Trade last summer at the corner of Trade and Victoria streets. The agency promoted their properties strategically on Friday nights during the summer event.

Allen Tate Realtors is moving from the central business district to the former Verizon store at 1380 Wade Hampton Blvd. The new office will be next door to Starbucks.

The move is scheduled for April 15.

Jim Fritzsche, a Vice President at the Greer office, confirmed the move, and agents have been telling downtown merchants and their clients of the impending move. Allen Tate did not offer comments for this story.

“It’s another testimony to 30,000 consumers a day that ride up and down the Wade Hampton corridor,” said Chuck Langston, of Langston-Black, who brokered the deal with Allen Tate. “Allen Tate is a fine real estate company and we’re glad to have them remain in the Greer market.”

The Greer location, at 117 Trade Street, proved to be too small, Allen Tate agents said, for the nearly 20 agents who shared 3,000 square foot of space. Agents said working in pods were not ideal when meeting clients and the company was prohibited from making improvements without agreeing to a long-term lease.

Workers are constructing offices, conference room, work room and reception area at the 4,000 square foot former Verizon building.

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