Buist, Byars & Taylor LLC, Attorneys at Law

Experienced, Responsive Service in Real Estate & Business Law

Buist Byars & Taylor LLC

Buist Byars & Taylor LLC is a boutique law firm that has cultivated a strong niche in real estate, business matters and litigation here in the Lowcountry of South Carolina.  With knowledgeable attorneys, a dedicated support team, up-to-date technology, the implementation of best practices, and an emphasis on personal service, we strive to offer smart strategies and seamless transactions for our clients.

Cityvolve’s work is focused on urban infill and adaptive building reuse projects which are inherently complicated. This is why we depend on guidance from Gray Taylor and the Buist Byars & Taylor team to work through all of our commercial transactions. Their depth of knowledge in all aspects of commercial real estate helps our team achieve successful outcomes.

Jeff Baxter, Partner/Cityvolve LLC

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11/20/2019

New CRE Partner Joins Firm

David F. Gieg has joined the firm as a partner in the commercial real estate practice area. Dave brings nearly 20 years of

07/12/2019

$24.5+ million deal closed

Buist Byars & Taylor's CRE team represented the buyer on this very large deal in downtown Charleston. The deal, which closed the first

06/22/2019

In Memoriam – Gray B. Taylor

With overwhelming shock and sorrow, we regret to announce the untimely death of our managing partner, Gray B. Taylor, on June 21, 2019.

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