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Industrial distribution facility planned for major SC interchange

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A new speculative industrial distribution facility totaling more than 675,000 square feet is planned for the intersection of interstates 26 and 95. (Rendering/Provided)

A new speculative industrial distribution facility totaling more than 675,000 square feet is planned for a major S.C. intersection.

Bowman Industrial Center, a 677,160-square-foot facility at the intersection of interstates 26 and 95 in Bowman, is expected to be online in the third quarter of 2023. The project is being developed by High Point, N.C.-based DG Real Estate and marketed to potential distributors and manufacturers by Colliers South Carolina’s industrial brokerage team of Matt Pickard and Chole Heiligenstein, according to a news release from Colliers.

The Class A speculative building will feature 36-foot ceiling heights, 309 employee parking spaces and 184 trailer parking spaces, among other amenities.

“Colliers is thrilled to be hired as the leasing and marketing team for Bowman Industrial Center,” Pickard, Colliers senior brokerage associate, said in the release. “With immediate access to I-26 via Exit 165 and 70% of the U.S. population within a two-day drive, the site’s location offers a logistical advantage for any large-scale distribution user in business-friendly Orangeburg County.”

Orangeburg County employers include GKN Aerospace, Husqvarna, Zeus and Sigmatex. The county has a labor force of more than 704,000 with a 60-minute drive, according to the release.

“Orangeburg County is excited to have Bowman Industrial Center as an opportunity for prospective companies looking to relocate to our growing community,” said Kenneth Middleton, Orangeburg County Development Commission board chair. “Our strategic location between the state’s capital, Columbia, and the state’s largest port city, Charleston, connects Orangeburg to the world.”

Reach Melinda Waldrop at 803-726-7542.

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