State Farm agent breaks ground on new office

Andy Corriveau, a State Farm agent in Beaufort since 1981, has broken ground on a new mixed-use office and apartment complex. His new office will be located at the intersection of Greenlawn and Pearl streets at Beaufort Town Center. The building was designed by Cooter Ramsey of Allison Ramsey Architects with site design by Jeff Ackerman of Carolina Engineering Consultants, Inc. Patterson Construction will begin construction immediately.  Mr. Ramsey stated that the building is designed to capture the feel of a small downtown brick building much like those on Bay Street.  Mr. Corriveau’s office will be on the bottom floor and the building will have two apartments on the second. The site has room for a second building.

Dick Stewart with 303 Associates, the developer of Beaufort Town Center, said, “We were very pleased when Andy decided to relocate his State Farm Agency in Beaufort Town Center. His agency’s presence confirms the area’s attractiveness for professional offices. The area’s unique location — across from the county government complex, adjacent to the city municipal complex, equidistant between the military bases, in the midst of our institutions of higher education — cannot be duplicated. We are glad to have Agent Corriveau and his team here.”

Agent Corriveau chose Beaufort Town Center as the location of his new office because this development will be future proofed due to the nature of mix-use occupancies and the energy which will occur in this central location.  “Our clients and their needs are our number one focus and our new office will better position us to deliver on our promise of service,” Agent Corriveau said.

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