Monthly Archives: November 2013
The Post and Courier’s Abigail Darlington reports on new tenants at Tanger Outlets in CHS and news on other retailers around the region.
The CHS condominium market is roaring back, with very limited supply of inventory and continued demand. Now, to get lenders to be brave enough to finance them… Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier reports on the CHS condo market.
The Post and Courier’s Tyrone Richardson reports that Trident Tech in North CHS will build a 215,000 SF facility to train Boeing (er, aeronautical industry employees) workers at a cost of $79M.
Advised by Hagood Morrison, SIOR, of Colliers International’s Charleston office, Kontane Logistics bought a building at Charleston Regional Business Center off Clements Ferry Road in CHS for its local expansion. The article is here from Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier.
Tyrone Richardson of The Post and Courier reports on the shortage of a supply of lots in CHS. That calls for increased pricing of lots, land, and homes, thanks to jobs, jobs, jobs.
After recently selling 29 Lowcountry stores, Piggly Wiggly has announced plans to shutter its North CHS warehouse and its 612k SF distribution center in Jedburg. The same warehouse they sold to a local investor in 2010. Abigail Darlington of The Post and Courier has the full story.
Hagood Morrison, SIOR, of Colliers International’s CHS office publishes the Q3 2013 Industrial Market Overview on the local warehouse/port market. See the link here (registration required).
The Post and Courier reports the state’s manufacturing job base expanded by about 1% from September 2012 to September 2013, slightly ahead of the national growth.
Schulyer Kropf of The Post and Courier’s article on the proposed 5,000 acre mixed use development of The Guggenheim family on the Cainhoy tract that will completely transform the Clements Ferry Road corridor outside of I-526. It is the largest land development project in the history of Charleston and would take decades to build out.
Another article from The Post and Courier’s Tyrone Richardson on an update of the Port of CHS’ multiple projects, from harbor deepening to opening of the new port facility at the old Navy base and rail service to the port, all expected to be delivered in about 2018.