Greenville restaurant chain looks to expand here's where.

PositionSully's Steamers

A Greenville-based restaurant chain has hired a real estate advisory firm to help plan the expansion of its footprint.

Avison Young has been tapped as the master broker for Sully's Steamers, helping secure new locations and assisting with expansion across the Southeast, according to a news release. Sully's Steamers, a build-your-own steamed bagel sandwich concept that began in Greenville, is looking to expand its footprint with new locations across the Southeast.

Avison Young's Rakan Draz, Macy Scoggins, and James McKay will handle tenant representation efforts on behalf of Sully's Steamers, facilitating growth and assisting with site selection, market insight and logistics, the release stated.

The sandwich concept anticipates doubling their number of stores from six to 12 locations in 2023, with the goal of 50 locations in operation by 2027, according to the release. Four stores are currently planned for Greenville, Columbia, Lexington, and Davidson, North Carolina. Charlotte, Statesboro, Georgia, and Savannah, Georgia are also on the list of possible expansion markets.

"We're beyond excited about the success we've had with our locations and the following of customers we have in the Upstate," said Neil Rohricht, vice president of development with Sully's...

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