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Local company celebrates 50th Anniversary by demolishing buildings

When Thompson Building Wrecking Company Inc. was founded in Augusta, John F. Kennedy was president of the United States. Thompson Building Wrecking Company Inc. has a variety of roll-off containers, including trucks and dumpsters, available for short-term and long-term construction projects. (Photo taken from thompsonwrecking.net) Located at 631 11th St., the family-owned business offers a variety of…

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Dave & Buster’s breaks ground on new Augusta location

This photo illustrates what some facades of Dave & Buster’s looks like across country. Many local residents have wondered if Dave & Buster’s was coming to Augusta. ABD has learned the company has broken ground in the Village at Riverwatch, which also contains Cabela’s, Costco Wholesale, and Riverwatch Cinemas. A representative from Jordan Trotter Commercial Real Estate,…

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Medical staffing company buys $830,000 office building in CSRA

A former Meybohm commercial agent struck a deal with a current Meybohm commercial agent and a California-based medical staffing company will be moving to Evans as a result. The approximate 6,000 square foot building sold for $830,000 near the entrance to the Riverwood Plantation neighborhood in Evans at 205 Addison Square. The real estate holding company for…

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Aiken County native spends $1.5 million to construct mixed-use development on site of former slave plantation

The main house on the Lamar Plantation was built in 1850. The property later became Haskell’s Dairy. (Photo courtesy of Turner Development, LLC) Tracey Turner, an African American businessman, has big plans for a historic site in North Augusta that may change the course of black history in the CSRA and in South Carolina. Turner plans to…

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Iconic Broad Street building converting to lofts and retail spaces

The approximate 10,000 square foot, three-story Marketplace Antiques Building was sold to Adaire Pennington with the intent of revitalizing the property to feature loft apartments on the second and third floors and retail space on the first floor. (Photo by Neil Gordon) The historic Marketplace Antiques Building at 1208 Broad Street will soon follow the…

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