Primed for Progress

Residential developments, industrial communities and established towns nearby are currently poised to support the area’s expanding population — and offer plenty of room to grow. The ample, affordable and easily accessible housing
 options for the Camp Hall workforce further create a cohesive community for work, play and life.

Among Charleston’s honors:

Top 10

best mid-size U.S. metro for jobs in 2018 by Forbes


small city in 2018 by Condé Nast

The Charleston region has proven its commitment to a thriving business climate and economic development with recent growth in the aerospace and automotive industries, just to name a couple. From Fortune 500 corporations to thousands of small- to mid-sized businesses, the Charleston area offers an unparalleled quality of life — it’s a place where the workforce can thrive among modern conveniences while engulfed in the rich culture of the South.

With a healthy population blend of young, skilled and seasoned employees, the Charleston market has a wide variety of readily available workers.

The Charleston region’s geographically diverse landscape offers a year-round moderate climate and puts residents an easy drive away from the beach and the mountains. And, Camp Hall is just 27 miles from Charleston International Airport and 104 miles from Myrtle Beach International Airport.




Charleston: 45 minutes

Charlotte: 2 hours, 45 minutes

Raleigh: 3 hours, 45 minutes

Atlanta: 4 hours, 15 minutes

Greenville: 2 hours, 45 minutes