South Carolina economic boom finds apex in Camp Hall
South Carolina economic boom finds apex in Camp Hall
The Palmetto State is becoming the Business Magnet State. The Lowcountry is a major attractor for expanding, relocating, and economic growth.
Industries from molecular diagnostics to shipping and warehouse storage flock to South Carolina. As one of the nation’s most cutting-edge business parks with a high-tech, eco-conscious approach, Camp Hall is equipped with site-readiness for companies in search of a foothold.
Buying land and developing at Camp Hall is the best choice for many businesses to maximize workplace growth.
Infrastructure is ready for businesses to thrive at Camp Hall. With fiber internet throughout and the ability to embrace advancements such as 5G, this is a Smart Commerce Center Campus.
What makes South Carolina so attractive to industries?
It’s the climate — the business climate, in particular. South Carolina, especially the Lowcountry, hosts a skilled workforce and strategic transportation infrastructure. At Camp Hall, interstate, rail, seaport access, and air travel ease moving goods and a workforce in and out.
South Carolina is halfway between Miami and New York, making it an ideal location for companies in a global business environment.
It costs less to operate businesses in South Carolina than in other locations. Lower operating and capital costs help stabilize a business in the early stages, and businesses that begin in South Carolina enjoy progress free of work stoppages. The state is among the lowest in unionization nationwide. This results in an efficient workforce and competitive wages.
Camp Hall, inside the numbers
- Interstates 26 and 95: Quick access to main thoroughfares
- 30: Minutes away, by car, from Port of Charleston, the deepest seaport on the Atlantic seaboard
- 27: Minutes away, by car, from Charleston International Airport, a major hub
- 28: Percentage of the total site dedicated to natural growth and wildlife habitats
- 7 to 600: Size of tracts, in acres, ready for development
- 2,600: Acres of preserved as green space, with parks and trails
- 6,800: Total acres
- 1,300: Remaining acres for development
- 40,000: Students enrolled in 24 colleges, universities, and trade schools in the area; educational opportunities here also become chances to intern and find first jobs out of school
- 500,000+: People in the area workforce, with a population growing by 34 people daily
- #1: Conde Nast’s designation for Charleston as the nation’s top small city, 2018
Man, nature, and machine exist in harmony at Camp Hall. Developed areas on-campus use rainwater harvesting, car-charging stations, and solar panels as part of an effort to preserve and protect the area’s ecosystem. It’s a melding of commerce, community, and convenience for industry headquarters and manufacturing centers.
Why come to Camp Hall?
- Infrastructure is ready to roll
Lots ready for development don’t tell the whole story. Permits, entitlements, and people are there, too. You’ll find the shift to South Carolina seamless. Enjoy fiber internet and top-of-the-line technology throughout the campus. Camp Hall devotes itself to business consciousness and a focus on people. The result: speedo- market that creates exponential growth.
- A size for any industry
Whether your blueprints are small or large, there’s a tract at Camp Hall for you. See details for development in our nine campuses. Which one fits best for you? VISIT CAMPUSES
- Big-name players are already onboard
Volvo Car USA set up in Camp Hall in 2015. It was the carmaker’s first U.S. manufacturing facility. It’s expected to create 4,000 jobs and an economic impact of $4.8 billion. The Camp Hall location is where Volvo makes its S60 and XC90 models.
- Walmart is coming to town
The box store giant broke ground in Q4 2020 on a $222 million distribution center. Scheduled for completion in Q2 2021, it will bring in 1,000 jobs. Its presence will boost activity at the Port of Charleston by 5%, forecasters predict. Goods from this location will serve 850 Sam’s Club and Walmart locations nationwide.
With eCommerce booming for Walmart the company has shifted its supply chains. The Camp Hall location plays right into that. LEARN MORE
- South Carolina offers lucrative business incentives
- No state property tax
- No local income tax
- No inventory tax
- No sales tax on manufacturing machinery, power, or materials for finished products
- No wholesale tax
- No unitary tax on worldwide profits
- Favorable corporate income tax structures
Why choose Camp Hall?
Camp Hall is more than a viable choice today as an industrial park. It represents next-generation thinking of what an industrial park should be.
The coexistence of commerce and sustainability serves as a template for future developments. Camp Hall is one of a kind. Join the growth trajectory for your business along with it.
South Carolina is first in economic development incentives, says Industry Experts. The state ranks as the third best state to do business, by Area Development 2020. Site Selection 2019 declared the Palmetto State the fifth
–best for business climate.
And Camp Hall is at the apex of all that momentum. Contact us today. Let’s see how you can cultivate your business vision in a place built for a sustainable future: Camp Hall.