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What's Going Down in Cottontown?

Brad Allen

After becoming a Realtor®, I quickly teamed up with my now partner, Mary Lane Sloan, to form The ART of Real Estate with the idea that one agent cann...

After becoming a Realtor®, I quickly teamed up with my now partner, Mary Lane Sloan, to form The ART of Real Estate with the idea that one agent cann...

Jan 31 1 minutes read

On this week's podcast, Brad Allen and Mary Lane Sloan are sitting with two, local special guests who are in the know about all the growth within Cottontown:  Nick Hauser, owner of Indah Coffee, and John Sherrer, with Historic Columbia.

After calling Cottontown home in 2017, Indah Coffee has become a local favorite for not only the neighborhood, but the downtown scene of Columbia with their handcrafted coffee beverages. Nick Hauser has seen all of the changes and growth along the the community which makes him a vital guest for our show. 

Historic Columbia is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Columbia and Richland County's historic and cultural heritage. With being the Director of Cultural Resources, John Sherrer has his eye on all of the historic areas that comprise the beautiful city we live in. Get ready to learn about the true richness of one of the oldest neighborhoods in downtown Columbia. 


‎The Soda Citizen: 2. EP: Cottontown (feat. Nick Hauser & John Sherrer) on Apple Podcasts

‎On this episode we talk with Nick Hauser (the owner of Indah Coffee) and John Sherrer (Historic Columbia) on the history of Cottontown, located in the NOMA area, and how it's becoming a hotspot for the downtown Columbia scene.

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