2nd spec building expected to break ground in spring

From staff reports

Magnus Development Partners expects to break ground on a 72,000-square-foot Class A spec building at Beaufort Commerce Park by the end April. The building, at 123 Schork Road, will be the second spec building constructed in the last two years at Commerce Park.

The new facility is designed for light manufacturing or distribution. It can be subdivided into spaces as small as 16,000 square feet. Commercial real estate company Avison Young is now advertising the space.

The first spec building, a 64,000-square-foot facility at 74 Schein Loop, completed construction in mid-2022 and is fully occupied. Norman USA, which manufactures and distributes window treatments worldwide, occupies half and Critical Role, a multi-platform video gaming company, occupies the other half. The two companies are expected to employ more than 80 employees between them.

This newest building represents a continuing commitment from City of Beaufort and the Beaufort Economic Development Corporation to spur light manufacturing and warehouse development at Beaufort Commerce Park.

For more information on the new building, call or email Alex Irwin at Avison Young at 843-637-5013 or alex.irwin@avisonyoung.com.

The Beaufort Commerce Park, owned by the City of Beaufort, is comprised of 196 acres just off U.S. Highway 21 and S.C. Highway 116. It is 20 minutes from Interstate 95, and a short distance to Charleston and Savannah international airports and ports. 

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