Timing ‘excellent’ for speculative industrial building near Summerville

The Post & Courier
David Wren
April 13, 2016

More speculative industrial space is coming to Summerville, with groundbreaking scheduled Tuesday for a 307,000-square-foot shell building at the Charleston Trade Center.

Charlotte-based The Keith Corp. and Chicago-based investor Singerman Real Estate are building the $19 million project, which will be part of the 750-acre trade center located along Interstate 26 in Berkeley County.

Alan Lewis, industrial development partner for The Keith Corp., said progress on a pair of infrastructure projects — one local, one global — led the company to invest in the trade center, which has access to the Port of Charleston.

“With the new Sheep Island Interchange under construction and the imminent completion of the Panama Canal expansion project, we feel the timing for the development of Charleston Trade Center is excellent,” Lewis said in a statement.

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