More speculative construction is on the way in Berkeley County, with plans announced for two buildings northwest of the Nexton interchange along U.S. Interstate 26.
Randolph Development is partnering with Portside Investment Group and Synergy Capital to build the Portside Distribution Center off Exit 197 near the Charleston Trade Center.
The Portside project will consist of two buildings — one at 189,500 square feet and the other at 200,000 square feet — to be built over a two-year period by Frampton Construction. The first building on the 31-acre site is scheduled to begin construction on March 1.
“The new interchange creates excellent access to I-26 for a variety of distribution users coming in and out of the Charleston area,” said Randy Bates, managing partner of Randolph Development.
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