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The Columbia Central Fire Station, built between 1949 and 1951, boasts a significant Moderne architectural presence. The Fire Station originally consisted of two buildings and a drill tower structure. The main building, a two-story masonry building on the northwest corner, and the fire truck garage building, a one-story masonry building on the northeast corner of the property served as the Columbia Fire Department’s Headquarters from 1950 until 1995. This property is listed in the National Register and is available for lease. Located at the corner of Park Street and Senate Street and in the heart of the Vista, the for lease property offers unique mixed-use restaurant/retail and office opportunities.
1001 Senate Street, Columbia, SC 29201