Colliers | South Carolina Senior Brokerage Associate Richard Barrett, MCR represented Berry Shoals Industrial, LLC in the lease of ±80,000 square feet of industrial space at 961 Berry Shoals Road in Greenville to Clear Touch Technologies.
961 Berry Shoals Road is an 80,000-square-foot industrial building located off Highway 101 near Interstate 85. Colliers represented Berry Shoals Industrial, LLC, a subsidiary of a Chicago-based investment group, in the purchase of the industrial building in September 2021 and quickly brought the property to market after its acquisition, leasing the building in just two weeks.
“This property was a strong acquisition for us,” said Frank Beidler, Director of Investments for the acquiring investment group. “While vacant, we worked quickly to improve the site and leased it to a tenant we have worked with for years.”
“Both size and location were important factors in leasing 961 Berry Shoals to Clear Touch which allowed the company to expand quickly while maintaining their current location,” said Barrett, a Senior Brokerage Associate with Colliers | South Carolina who specializes in flex/industrial landlord and tenant representation throughout the Greenville-Spartanburg market.
Founded in 2012, Clear Touch Technologies is a leading United States global manufacturer of interactive touch panels and accessories as well as digital signage displays and solutions for the education, government and business industries around the world. The technology provider started their business in Greenville in a 5,600-square-foot flex space. After several expansions and their continued success, the company has grown to occupy over 80,000 square feet while maintaining its commitment to its South Carolina roots.
“Clear Touch’s expansion emphasizes our continued success and commitment to our roots in South Carolina,” said Keone Trask, President at Clear Touch Technologies. “The global supply chain crisis forced us to pivot to manage our own logistics, in turn giving us the greatest flexibility to meet the demands of our obstacles. Despite the obstacles of the current time, we remain diligent in our goals of revolutionizing the field of educational technology. We are proud to represent South Carolina and will continue to do our best to benefit the community.”