Real Estate

Robinson Weeks Kicks Off 635 KSF Charleston Warehouse

Robinson Weeks Partners has broken ground on Charleston Global Crossing, a 635,328-square-foot industrial building in North Charleston, S.C. The developer, together with a Bridge Commercial team, is in charge of leasing.

The development is said to become the largest speculative industrial building in the city. Project financing includes a $40.1 million construction loan from Bank of Texas, according to public records.

Upon completion, the cross-dock warehouse will feature 36-foot clear heights, 156 dock-high loading doors, four drive-in doors and a 185-foot truck court. The property will also include 205 trailer stalls and 315 car parking spaces, along with about 2,200 square feet of speculative office space.

The Class A facility is rising on 48 acres at 4601 Franchise St., providing easy access to interstates 26 and 526. Charleston International Airport is 5.6 miles from the site, while downtown Charleston is some 18 miles away. The Port of Charleston is 17 miles southeast.

The leasing team comprises Robinson Senior Vice President Matt Davis, together with Bridge Commercial Executive Vice President Hagood Morrison, Senior Vice President Hagood Morrison II and Vice President John Beam. Hagood Morrison is also part of the team leading the leasing efforts at a 1.3 million-square-foot industrial park in Summerville, S.C.

Other notable industrial developments in the area include Childress Klein and Altus Equity Group’s 1.4 million-square-foot speculative campus in Ridgeville, S.C. The three-building property came online last year.

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