Look Who’s Here: Businesses at 295 Seven Farms Drive

The businesses located at 295 Seven Farms Drive encapsulate Daniel Island’s vibrant retail, office commercial district. Built in 2002, the mixed-use building is three stories tall and holds approximately 24,000 square feet of office and retail space. 
Ospuré Karate offers instruction in Wado Ryu Karate for ages 3 to adult. Currently celebrating its 20th anniversary, the studio has taught more than 2,000 students.
“Karate is for everyone, regardless of physical or cognitive limitations. We highlight the improvement of one’s moral character through studying the art and discipline of karate. We do not teach how to fight. We teach how to control one’s actions and emotions to avoid fighting,” owner Sensei Glenn Raus said.
Raus said the best part of doing business on Daniel Island is seeing the kids in his dojo grow into wonderful young adults.
Qwik Pack & Ship is a family-owned, full-service retail packing and shipping company. The supply store has offered a full range of shipping and office services for the past 20 years. 
“The thing I like best about doing business on Daniel Island is its people. Serving people who have become friends, not just customers,” owner Tom Pomposelli said.
Pomposelli said he has been privileged to be part of Daniel Island’s growth and to watch it become a wonderful vibrant community.
Orlando’s Pizza is one of Charleston’s top pizzerias that prides itself on hand-tossed, baked New York style pizza, pasta and salads. Their house-made dough and sauces are original family recipes. Orlando’s has been serving the Lowcountry since 2004.
Orlando’s John Geng explained why Orlando’s likes operating on Daniel Island, “It’s a close knit community that looks out for each other and its businesses on the island!” 
Mission Essentials manufactures and distributes natural body care and outdoor essentials. They manufacture 100% of their products using only natural ingredients and essential oils.
“Daniel Island has been and continues to be our home base for our growing business. Many of our early adopters were right here on DI and continue to this day in support of our expansion efforts,” owner Gail Salomon said.
Connections Counseling Center is a counseling center that helps children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families overcome anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and more.
“We believe that therapy is for everyone, and that there is hope for more fulfillment, less worry, and more connection in life. Our counselors are the best of the best, and they are educated and experienced in how to help people really find healing at the root cause of their emotional pain,” owner Kristen Groos said. 
ChartJoy is a developer of medical documentation platforms designed to help hospitals in the medical charting process. 
Monomoy CRE is a private real estate investment trust composed of a portfolio of diversified net leased industrial real estate assets.
Premier Wealth Partners is an independent financial services firm helping individuals create retirement strategies using a variety of investment and insurance products.
Hill Construction is a commercial general construction service founded in 1956 and relocated to Daniel Island in 2002. The company completed 27 projects on the island.
“We are good stewards of our community and proud that many of our projects make up the fabric of everyday life on Daniel Island,” president and CEO Chip Crane said.
Crane added “Early on, we were part of an exciting team that was developing this award-winning community…After more than two decades, this vibrant community continues to evolve, and we are excited to be a part of the future.” 
Look Who’s Here is a monthly business feature sponsored by DanielIslandOffice.com.


(Update: This article has been updated by removing 32 South's business as tenants in this building.)

Daniel Island Publishing

225 Seven Farms Drive
Unit 108
Daniel Island, SC 29492 

Office Number: 843-856-1999
Fax Number: 843-856-8555


Breaking News Alerts

To sign up for breaking news email alerts, Click on the email address below and put "email alerts" in the subject line: sdetar@thedanielislandnews.com

Comment Here