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New buildings coming to West Columbia industrial park

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Ground was recently broken on two new buildings at the 803 Industrial Park in West Columbia, with work on a third expected to begin in the second quarter of 2023. (Rendering/Magnus)

Magnus Development Partners recently broke ground on two buildings at 803 Industrial Park in West Columbia, with a third set to break ground in early 2023.

The 252,720-square-foot Gateway One and 252,720-square-foot Gateway will deliver in the second quarter of 2023. Each building will feature a 190-foot deep truck court, up to 57 dock-high doors, 72 trailer drop spaces, 50-foot by 54-foot bays, 32-foot clear heights, ESFR fire protection and LED lighting. The buildings can be subdivided for users needing as little as 56,160 square feet of space.

Magnus will break ground on Gateway Two, a 408,240-square-foot speculative building, during the second quarter of 2023. The Gateway Two building will feature a 190-foot deep truck court, up to 32 dock-high doors, 50-foot by 54-foot bays, 36-foot clear heights. Additionally, Magnus has plans to develop a Gateway Four building at a later date based on market demand.

 “The 803 Industrial Park will be the Midlands premier Class A park to attract growing industrial users,”  Kevin Werner, partner with Magnus, said in the release. “We anticipate leasing both buildings upon completion and will quickly develop the rest of the park, offering over one million square feet of state-of-the-art industrial buildings.”

The multimodal industrial park is located adjacent to Columbia Metropolitan Airport and is close to UPS and other shipping hubs as well as a Norfolk Southern railroad terminal.

Colliers South Carolina’s industrial brokerage team of Chuck Salley, Dave Mathews, Thomas Beard and John Peebles are handling leasing and marketing for the park.

“In an industrial market with high demand for available Class A buildings, we are delighted to announce these two new facilities,” said Beth Carrigg, vice-chair of the Lexington County Council. “The strategic location chosen by Magnus within the newly created 803 Industrial Park is ideal for development.”


Reach Christina Lee Knauss at 803-753-4327.

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