What makes North Pointe Commerce Park the right location for so many industrial users?
It comes down to the location. Charleston, SC is experiencing a manufacturing, distribution and logistics boom - insert point about number of major industrial users within so many miles of North Pointe Commerce Park.
Just explore the map below, where we have highlighted the key players in the market.
There is a reason that so many industrial users are choosing to locate to Charleston - several reasons, in fact.
Since Boeing announced that it would produce Dreamliners in Charleston, the region has become an emerging international hub for aerospace and aviation. The area has attracted:
Boeing’s economic impact on the area is estimated at $11 billion.
South Carolina is also a major player in the growing Southeast automotive industry.
Charleston is home to two major military-related operations:
Joint Base Charleston
The Port of Charleston is the 9th largest U.S. container port and the 4th busiest deep-water port on the South Atlantic and Gulf Coast.
With the Harbor Deepening Project underway, Charleston will be the deepest port on the U.S. East Coast and the only East Coast port able to accept calls from Post-Panamax ships at full capacity (16,000 TEUs) by the end of 2019.
Charleston International Airport connects businesses and travelers to Charleston, with:
In addition, Boeing's facilities for fabricating, assembling and installing the rear fuselage systems for the 787 Dreamliner and for the Dreamliner's final assembly and delivery are located next to the airport.
The Charleston MSA is experiencing a population boom:
Charleston is home to several public and private universities and technical college systems graduating thousands of students per year.
More than 1/3 of the local workforce has a bachelor's degree or higher.