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2.5-million-square-foot industrial park planned near Summerville

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A 2.5-million-square-foot industrial park has been planned for Berkeley County, according to a news release.  

The Coastal Crossroads facility, developed by Indiana-based Citimark and partners NCP Capital and Pure Development for a planned $200 million-plus cost, will be located on Strathmore Road, off the Jedburg Road exit of Interstate 26 west of Summerville. Plans call for approximately 1 million square feet of distribution and manufacturing space to be available in early 2023, according to the release. 

“Our goal is to support the substantial investment made by the S.C. Ports Authority to attract global trade,” said Adam Seger, principal at Pure Development. “We look forward to furthering the recent success of new industrial development in Charleston by providing modern warehouses needed to support the growing local population and major expansion of the port. Coastal Crossroads will provide a diverse mix of warehouse and manufacturing space.”   

S.C. Ports CEO Jim Newsome welcomed the news of more warehouse and distribution space to support the port system’s growing needs. 

“The Coastal Crossroads development features modern warehouses needed to support S.C. Ports’ growing customer base, record retail imports, a growing Southeast population, and new ocean carriers calling on the Port of Charleston,” Newsome said in the release. “After 12 consecutive months of record container volumes at S.C. Ports, Coastal Crossroads provides vital infrastructure to support the global supply chain utilizing our Charleston terminals. S.C. Ports recognizes the substantial investment made by the developers of Coastal Crossroads and looks forward to partnering with them to attract global trade and support quality local jobs.”  

Reach Steve McDaniel at 843-628-4744.

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