Co-founder of Langston-Black leaving the firm

Published on Thursday, January 29, 2015

The co-founder of Langston-Black Real Estate is leaving the firm to pursue new opportunities in commercial real estate.

David Black, who co-founded the Greer company with Chuck Langston, almost 25 years ago, announced today he is moving, “on to begin a new chapter in my endeavors in the field of commercial real estate.”

Black and Langston’s partnership began in Sept. 1992 at 910 West Poinsett Street has grown to have a second office in Greenville. The Greer office is located at 1001 W. Wade Hampton Blvd.

“Together, we are both deeply grateful for the many special blessings that have come our way over the years. In particular, we count our ‘bosses’, Miles and Renee, who joined us in our first year of business, as true family, and confess that we would not have known anything like the growth and progress we’ve experienced without their hard work and loyal devotion.

“I also want to thank Sally and our associate brokers who have made such a great team and such a vital source of market development and personal encouragement.”

Langston said the partnership created an ever-lasting friendship. “David is one of the best dealmakers that I know. It has been an honor and privilege to start and grow this enterprise with David. I am so thankful for the opportunities our clients and friends have given us. I wish him much continued success and will always cherish our friendship.”

Black said he will announce future plans later.





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