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Developer breaks ground for inland port at Hardeeville

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Staff Report

Published March 31, 2014

Stratford Land, a Dallas-based land investment and management company, has broken ground on a planned 1,100 acre inland logistics hub on the south edge of Hardeeville near the South Carolina-Georgia border.

The site, called RiverPort Business Park, is four miles from an I-95 interchange and 11 miles from the Port of Savannah and Savannah Hilton Head International Airport. It incorporates an existing CSX rail/intermodal right-of-way and is served by regional trucking infrastructure.

The first phase of the project incorporates 172 acres and will allow for more than 1.8 million square feet of business service and industrial development, the developer said. The inland port will eventually include up to 1,100 acres—part of Stratford’s total 5,100 acres of multi-use commercial and residential construction in the area.

The developer plans to offer sites for sale to owner/users for warehousing, distribution and light industrial, commercial and mixed use.

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