Why your business should consider a commerce park
Choosing where to set up your business is a major decision.
A substantial, efficient space with proximity to a workforce and easily-accessible transportation options is a difficult find, even before thinking about logistics like infrastructure planning and start-up costs.
Moving or starting a business in a commerce park could be the right option for your organization. Commerce parks like Camp Hall allow for customization of existing space, a simple and far less costly option than building those spaces from scratch.
Compared to typical commercial office space or existing retail space, setting up shop in a commerce park can be the most cost-effective. In business park settings, critical infrastructure is already in place to accommodate your business – and others in the complex. These include:
HIGH-END COMMUNICATIONS | High-bandwidth internet access fuels commerce everywhere. Commercial parks are set up to have a substantial internet and wireless network in place.
HIGH-POWER ELECTRIC | Access to ample electricity is a hallmark of buildings in commercial real estate. Businesses won’t have to implement their own grid in an industrial park.
HIGH-VOLUME GAS SUPPLY | These systems, as with other resources, are implemented for the use of the entire complex. As such, individual businesses can reduce individual cost by relying on the central supply from the industrial park.
LARGE-VOLUME WATER SUPPLY | Industrial parks need this for standard uses, such as bathrooms, air conditioning, and irrigation of vegetation in common areas. Some businesses need more intensive use in-house, for cooling, cleaning or aesthetic touches, such as fountains.
RAIL SERVICE AND PORTS | Train access and proximity to major seaports are essential to many businesses. Many industrial parks are strategically placed with access to these.
ROADWAYS | Commerce parks often host a variety of business types, but ample road access is a must-have for all.
A commerce park has the infrastructure and flexibility to help businesses and the people who work for them to thrive.
Could Camp Hall be the ideal location for your business?
Camp Hall is located adjacent to major highways, major airports and deep-water ports. It has a dedicated interchange off a major highway, and is a gateway to one of America’s most popular cities, Charleston, S.C.
Camp Hall has created a new approach to master-planned industrial workspaces. It’s the focal point of a key corridor in South Carolina. Equipped with water, sewer, redundant fiber and power, Camp Hall has parcel and land tracks available for development of 7 to 600 acres, with zoning and wetland permits.
The area boasts a workforce of at least half a million, including skilled employees of various generations. In addition, the region is close to 24 colleges and 40,000 students enrolled there. The masterplan and mixed-use communities nearby provide ample affordable, easily accessible housing options.
Camp Hall is a convergence of commerce, convenience, and community, magnifying the opportunity for business growth and success. And with the state recognized for its incentives for businesses to move here or establish themselves in the state, there are more than enough reasons to reach out to learn more about Camp Hall’s unique approach to business development.