Historic Turnipseed Law Firm building sold, gaining tenant

From staff reportsNovember 13, 2013 

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Columbia city skyline from Williams-Brice Stadium.

TIM DOMINICK — The State Newspaper

— The historic Turnipseed Law Firm building at 1337 Assembly St. in Columbia has been sold and is gaining a tenant.

The circa 1900 building sold for $835,000 to Swampfox Holdings LLC, according to a release from NAI Avant, whose agent Macon Lovelace brokered the deal.

The law firm will remain in its current location as a tenant in the building. It will be joined by Swampfox Technologies.

The 9,046-square-foot building originally was the city’s first power conservation station, the release said. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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