Since 2011, JAMS + STARK has produced specialty design and development of the Midland’s leading real estate projects. From the stunning riverfront development at Congaree Park to warehouse conversion at Park Street Lofts, JAMS + STARK has acute understanding of craft building and modern living in the new urban era.

Times are changing, and our projects beautifully illustrate the evolving preferences for the way we live, work, and play here in the Columbia metro region. Browse through our portfolio for an inside look into our expansive residential and commercial offerings and opportunities.

1992 – Elmwood

Purchased and doubled investment in Historic Elmwood Park renovation.

1996 – Office on Elmwood Renovation

Renovated first office building on Elmwood Ave.  Now Verve and Eat More Tees.

1997 – First Retail in the Vista

First retail development on Wayne Street, now housing Chipotle and many others. Served as catalyst

1998 – Ducati and Vespa Cafe in Vista

Ducati and Vespa store development in the Vista.

2003-2005 – Congaree Park on the River

Built 53 home sites with $45 million investment on Columbia riverfront property. Remains one of

2004 – Motor City

Purchased and invested $2.5 Million in the redevelopment of Motor Supply property in the Vista.

2005 – 731 Meeting St

Redeveloped small office cottage into a modern office in Columbia’s evolving river district.

2006 – 831 Meeting St

Industrial retail center and salon converted from a neglected appliance center. Included mechanical restoration.

2012 – Park Street Lofts

Neighborhood store converted to modern townhome lofts in Historic Elmwood Park.

2013-2014 – Noma Flats

Renovated 54 units into market rate apartments. Completely leased within one year.

2015-2017 – FLOW Townhomes

Purchased riverfront property from the City requiring environmental cleanup. Build luxurious townhomes with Seattle style


Live • Work • Play • Innovate | Transformable urban space coming soon.



Design and development of specialty projects, including revitalization and repurposing of historic properties.


Contemporary design-build of residential and commercial structures.


Restoration of historic buildings with green and efficient practices in mind.


City of West Columbia


The City of West Columbia had the vision to save key pieces of land for key projects like the 2.5 acre campus for FLOW Townhomes and the recently constructed Brookland development. With the city’s continued growth, more street landscaping and beautification can be expected in front of FLOW Townhomes and into the adjacent historic Avenues.

Sherwin Williams


Sherwin Williams, founded in 1866, is well-known all around the world for their high quality paints. Their paints can always be trusted to protect surfaces while also drastically improving aesthetics.

HB Engineering

Tom Britt of H.B. Engineering, Inc. in Lexington, SC, ensured FLOW Townhomes developed as a safe and secure neighborhood. Tom has a thorough and detailed approach in planning all stormwater, water and sewer, erosion, streets, curbs and gutters.

Nichiha Siding


Nichiha Siding comes in an ever-expanding array of finishes and textures, so the possibilities are endless. With the siding being a building’s first defense against the elements, Nichiha Siding can be trusted to create a long lasting and effective barrier.

Andersen Windows


Andersen Corporation is America’s premier window and door manufacturer. Andersen Corporation is trusted by large corporations and home builders everywhere.

Miller Pools


Miller Pool’s creativity and perfection brings water features for a resort-like feel for our various past and present projects.