The firm’s Dan Doyle explains why the area will continue to play a starring role in the nation’s economic growth and weighs in on the biggest challenge for multifamily developers.

The Beach Company recently announced the first restaurants and retailers confirmed for Cardinal Crossing, the first-ever mixed-use community in the highly sought-after Forest Acres neighborhood in Columbia, S.C.  Currently under construction, the development will create a gathering place with shops, restaurants, services and upscale apartment flats and townhomes in a walkable setting.

Aria Nail Spa will provide customers with high-end nail and skincare services in an inviting and relaxing setting. The spa will offer a variety of traditional nail, waxing and facial services in addition to natural and organic treatment options.

Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar has grown from a single location in Charlotte, North Carolina to 34 locations throughout the Carolinas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Tennessee and Colorado. The restaurant prides itself on its curated menu of chef-driven burgers, chopped salads, artisan sandwiches and local craft beers. The eatery expects to serve its first customers by early fall 2019.

Club Pilates is based in Irvine, California and has since expanded nationwide with approximately 500 studios. Members experience Joseph Pilates’ original reformer-based Contrology Method, but modernized with group practice and expanded state-of-the-art equipment, providing high-quality, life-changing training at a surprisingly affordable price.

CycleBar is the largest network of premium indoor cycling studios, with more than 200 locations slated to open throughout 2019. Offering concierge-level service and premium amenities, CycleBar creates a fun, inclusive and inspiring low impact, high-intensity experience for riders of all ages and fitness levels. The Cardinal Crossing studio expects to welcome its first members by early fall 2019.

Nothing Bundt Cake has more than 250 locations across the U.S. and offers a variety of Bundt cakes in addition to smaller Bundtlets and bite-sized Bundtinis.