Office Evolution Debuts Business Center in Charleston

The business center features professional on-demand office and co-working space among several other amenities suitable for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

By Timea Papp

460 King St.
460 King St.

Office Evolution partnered with financial services professional Andy Fry to open a new business center in downtown Charleston, S.C. The virtual office services company will occupy a 7,000-square-foot space at its new location.

Private Furnished Offices

The business center offers professional, on-demand office space to small businesses and entrepreneurs. Located in the city’s business district at 460 King St., the 18,200-square-foot office and restaurant building’s new space features co-working space, 21 private furnished offices, several conference rooms, business mailing and telephone answering services, as well as administrative support.

Office Evolution is a fast-growing business-to-business franchise with more than 108 locations open and under development across the country. Before becoming the owner of Office Evolution, Andy Fry, a financial services industry veteran, has held senior leadership positions with global financial institutions including Chase Manhattan Bank, State Street Bank & Trust and BNY Mellon.

Located at the intersection of King and Ann streets, the new business center is surrounded by restaurants, retail shops, museums and nightlife venues.

“We’ve got a vibrant, entrepreneurial small business community in Charleston that will benefit from the services offered by Office Evolution,” said Fry, in prepared remarks. “Charleston is growing rapidly and our downtown location is at the heart of the city’s growth. Besides all the great services we provide, our location can’t be beaten. Our central location on Upper King is near retail shops, restaurants, pubs and, best of all, offers parking nearby! Our 24/7 business center is always open for business–no matter where you are–because our members can use office space and services in any Office Evolution in the U.S. while traveling,” he added.

Image courtesy of King Street Commercial

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