Construction cranes dot the skyline. The stock market is on a tear. And the economy is on more solid footing after the long slog from the last recession.
In South Carolina, the commercial real estate sectors — retail, office and industrial — are humming along, in some markets better than others. But overall vacancy rates are down, and new space for business of all stripes is being added in most areas.
Supermarkets are going up in the Columbia suburbs, dialysis clinics are being developed in Myrtle Beach and the automotive and aerospace industries continue to fuel Charleston’s explosive industrial growth.