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COVID-19 leads Greenville healthcare company to new headquarters, new normal

A Greenville-based healthcare technology service is changing where its employees work due to unexpected consequences of COVID-19.

ChartSpan is downsizing from its 100,000-square foot headquarters at 2 N. Main St. in downtown Greenville, into a 10,000-square foot location near Liberty Bridge.

The new space will be used mostly by the company’s executives and leadership teams, as the company moves to a remote-only call center, meaning nearly 200 employees will work from home.

ChartSpan’s announcement comes as the vacancy rate in Greenville’s Downtown Class A vacancy rates declined to 7.06% and its Class A office property rental rates dropped to $26.16 per square foot in second quarter 2020, according to the newly released Collier International 2020 Q2 Office Greenville-Spartanburg Report.

Read the entire article, courtesy of The Greenville News and Gannett

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