DuPont To Sell About 300 Acres on the Cooper River

DuPont has plenty of land for its future in Berkeley County and has decided to sell off about 305 acres adjacent to its chemical plant.  The land is zoned heavy industrial, includes dock accessibility and has access to a CSX rail line.  DuPont makes bullet-resistant vests and other product there.  They are in the permitting process for wetlands approval before marketing it.  Warren Wise has the story for The Post and Courier.

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Posted on August 25, 2014, in CHS Industrial-Warehouse-Port, Development, The Post and Courier, Transactions and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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