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City council to consider special assessment for South Broad building
828 Broad Street
The current owners of 828 Broad St. in downtown Camden -- a Columbia-based real estate investment group -- is seeking a “Bailey Bill” special property tax assessment in conjunction with rehabilitation work planned for the property. Camden City Council will vote on the matter during its meeting today. The building most recently served as the home of a bridal shop called KaaPri Enterprises. Carolina Real Estate & Investment Group LLC paid $25,000 for the building in October 2020. Specific plans for the building were not included in today’s proposed agenda. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
Camden City Council will consider first reading of an ordinance that would approve an application by the current owners of 828 Broad St. in downtown Camden for a special property tax assessment under the so-called Bailey Bill. The building most recently served as the home of KaaPri Enterprises which, according to online searches, operated as a bridal shop. If passed, the city would be recognizing the building as a “rehabilitated historic property.”