2440 Clements Ferry Road is the closest warehouse facility to Port of Charleston’s largest container terminal, Wando Welch Terminal, minimizing inbound drayage and transportation costs. Exterior recently painted. Lighting, insulated roof, translucent upper wall panels reduce energy costs. Heavy industrial zoning and large outside storage yard can accommodate manufacturing users.
The Charleston, South Carolina industrial market base is comprised of 34.85 million square feet of both rentable space and user/owner-occupied facilities supporting manufacturing, warehousing and third party logistics. The market is comprised of three counties within South Carolina: Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester and covers a territory of over 3,163 square miles. Also referred to as the Charleston-North Charleston-Summerville MSA, the metro region includes 90 miles of Atlantic coastline and stretches 50 miles inland toward the intersection of I-26 and I-95. The industrial market is anchored by the Port of Charleston terminal facilities located just inside the famous Charleston Harbor. The demand for both manufacturing and logistics space has ramped up considerably since the announcement by The Boeing Company in late 2009 to construct a Final Assembly campus for their new 787 Dreamliner commercial airliners. There is significant early-stage interest in Charleston from institutional investors and third party logistics companies as the global supply chain evolves in anticipation of the Post Panamax era. The late 2016 opening of the newly widened Panama Canal is expected to attract considerable investment in both distribution centers and logistics services as container volumes shift from the west to east coast.