When selecting a site for a data center facility, industry decision-makers typically seek out success-boosting features such as ample space, a robust and reliable energy supply capable of meeting high power demands, an adequate cooling infrastructure, a highly capable networking infrastructure, and the ability to easily implement high levels of physical security and cybersecurity. And in next-generation commerce park Camp Hall, located in the highly desirable Charleston, S.C., region, they can find all of these things and more — making Camp Hall ideal for hosting any data center facility your business may be looking to build.
Charleston, with an average of 34 new people moving to the region daily, is a growth hotbed in the Southeast. This city, with the state’s highest growth rate, is also a leader in relocation numbers.
What’s next for Charleston? More growth! Experts expect workforce and demand to also continue to grow in the city.
That’s where your data center comes in
Build-ready sites at Camp Hall are ready to meet demand. Major transportation hubs and other infrastructure are close by, including:
- Charleston International Airport
- Interstates 26 (with dedicated Camp Hall access) and 95
- Abundant water resources from Lake Moultrie and Lake Marion
- Affordable and reliable electricity
No surprise: Job growth is up, too
Since 2015, almost 11,000 new jobs have materialized in Camp Hall’s home of Berkeley County, the result of over $4 billion in investment. If you choose to build your data center here, you’ll have the built-in support of a range of business-friendly incentives and advantages.
As part of the Charleston metropolitan area, Berkeley County offers easy access to the epicenter of the Carolina coast. Located within short driving distance beautiful beaches and lakeshores, the region also offers plenty for history lovers, foodies, shoppers, and live and outdoor entertainment enthusiasts. Berkeley County boasts a range of highly attractive planned communities such as Nexton, Cane Bay Plantation and Carnes Crossroads, too, all of which can help major employers in the area attract and retain a strong workforce. Plus, in addition to being located in close proximity to the Atlantic coastline and an array of popular beaches, the county also features two top natural draws to the area:
FRANCIS MARION NATIONAL FOREST — Alive with history and wildlife, this scenic and unspoiled national forest offers a long list of recreational opportunities such as canoeing, hiking, biking, camping, hunting, and fishing.
LAKE MOULTRIE — Solitude and stellar fishing coexist on this enchanting man-made lake. It’s also a popular spot for picnics, hiking, relaxing, and more.
Come to experience Camp Hall
Ready for a visit? There’s no better way to understand what a wonderful home this could be for your data center. Let us give you a glimpse into the possibilities for your business at Camp Hall! Schedule a tour today.