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Ramblin’ Wreck QB to demolish Charleston Federal Building

Nov 12, 2007 • By Places Real Estate • 1 Comment

L. Mendel Rivers Fedearl Building - Charleston South Carolina

Former Georgia Tech quarterback John Dewberry was the leading bidder for a prominent downtown Charleston federal building and its accompanying 2 acres, according to the Post & Courier. Dewberry Capital bid $15 million in an online auction recently for this keystone parcel in the heart of downtown Charleston. Having developed several mixed-use infill developments in Atlanta, Dewberry hopes to have similar success with this high profile property after he takes care of its demolition. Let’s see if he can maneuver the ever-challenging architectural and political hurdles of Charleston.

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