Kershaw County Economic Development Office | 80 Campus Dr. | P.O. Box 763 Camden, SC 29021 | Tel: 803-425-7685 | Fax: 803-425-7687 | econ.develop@kershaw.sc.gov
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HERITAGE POINTE SPEC BUILDING

Emanuel Site Parcels 2 & 3

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Location Information

1883 Highway 1 South
Lugoff, SC 29078

Latitude: 34.19572
Longitude: -80.74229
Tax Map Number: 322-00-00-012

Sale and Lease Information

Sale Price Per Acre: $30,000

Physical Characteristics

Total Acres:
247.00 acres
Total Available Acres:
247.00 acres
Minimal Subdividable Acres:
53.00 acres
Elevation Range:
220 - 350 Ft
Soil Type:
Loamy Sand
Zoning Classification:
General Development
Certified Site:
No


Utilities and Service

Electric Provider:
Duke Energy
Electric Supply:
23kV
Natural Gas Provider:
SCE&G
Gas Line Size and Distance:
4" At Site
Water Provider:
Lugoff Elgin Water Authority
Water Line Size and Distance:
18" At Site
Water Treatment Plant Capacity:
6 MGD (22712 kiloliters)
Wastewater Provider:
Kershaw County
Wastewater Line Size and Distance:
8" At Site
Line Type:
Gravity
Wastewater Treatment Plant Capacity:
2 MGD (7570.8 kiloliters)
Telecommunications Provider:
AT&T
Telecom Service Description:
Fiber Optics
Fire Insurance Rating:
5


Transportation Access

Distance to Interstate:
I-20: 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers)
Distance to Airport:
Columbia Metropolitan Airport: 40 miles (64 kilometers); Local Airport: 7 miles (11 kilometers)
Distance to Port:
Charleston: 120 miles (193 kilometers)
Served by Rail:
At Site


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"The new Mechatronics Program at Central Carolina Technical College's Kershaw County Campus will help us meet one of the most significant needs of our industries today -- the industrial maintenance technician. Graduates will be well prepared to perform a critical role in the modern, automated workplace found in today's manufacturing plants. This is essential for the continued success of our local industries and broadens the opportunities of our students."
-- Peggy McLean - Kershaw County Economic Development Director