Matt Sloan earns excellence in architecture Patron award
Matt Sloan, president of DI Development Co, was honored with The American Institute of Architects - South Carolina (AIASC) Patron Award for design excellence in the field of architecture through policies and the public’s perception and appreciation of architecture as an important part of their environment, lifestyle, and heritage.
“Matt is a well-respected community leader who has coached, influenced, and impacted the work and decisions of a multitude of planners, architects, landscape architects, and government leaders in the greater Charleston area for almost 30 years, and we are better because of that experience,” said Charles Muldrow, AIA, NCARB, founding principal at SMHa, in a release. “His recognition that development is not just about buildings and roads but also about honoring the surrounding environment; being good stewards of natural resources; drawing people together in community; and bettering a region’s quality of life has made – and will continue to make – the Lowcountry a better place.”
“I am touched by this award,” said Sloan in a statement. “I value my relationship with the architects whose work is featured throughout Daniel Island, Carnes Crossroads, and now Point Hope. It is an honor to be recognized by them in this way.”
Hanhauser joins Island House real estate team
Erin Hanhauser joined Island House Real Estate in October.
Hanhauser has called Charleston home for nearly 20 years. She is a native of the Washington D.C. metro area and a graduate of the College of Charleston. She began her residential real estate career in 2007 at Daniel Island Real Estate as an assistant to two top producers and worked closely with local home builders, and home buyers and sellers from across the country.
In 2010, Hanhauser joined Keller Williams Realty and later moved her license to The Real Estate Experts of Charleston. During the mortgage crisis, Hanhauser also worked as a paralegal for a Mount Pleasant-based foreclosure defense attorney. After training to become a Certified Distressed Property Expert, she helped countless families with short sale negotiations and loan modifications.
In 2013, Hanhauser’s husband took a job which required them to temporarily relocate to Knoxville, Tennessee. For almost two years, she worked as the property manager for Trotter & Co., a well-known commercial real estate firm.
In 2016, Hanhauser went to work for Radekopf & Associates, a Charleston-based residential, commercial and business brokerage firm.
When she is not selling real estate or leasing retail property, Hanhauser enjoys volunteering at Habitat for Humanity and traveling with her husband, Martin.
Clements Ferry corridor lease signed
Daniel Island’s Mark Erickson, along with Matt Pickard, of Colliers International | South Carolina, represented Select Care Pharmacy in the leasing of 3,875 square feet of industrial space at 480 Jessen Lane in Wando.
Dee Norton center launches online pledge to prevent child abuse
Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center, a resource to prevent abuse, protect children, and heal families, has launched an online pledge campaign, encouraging people to take action and commit to prevent child abuse and protect children.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, despite national anonymous hotlines reporting increased calls related to child abuse, child welfare reports of child abuse have decreased, likely due to decreased contact among children and mandated reporters because of quarantine.
“Right now, we know the combination of social isolation and stress puts a large number of children at an increased risk for abuse,” said Dr. Carole Swiecicki, executive director. “It is more important now than ever to take action to prevent child abuse and speak up if there is a concern for abuse. And it’s everyone’s duty — not just mandated reporters.”
To learn more and to sign the pledge visit deenortonpledge.org.