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Heritage Pointe Industrial Park

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Location Information

746 Highway 601 South
Lugoff, SC 29078

Latitude: 34.18009
Longitude: -80.68761

Sale and Lease Information

Sale Price Per Acre: $20,000

Physical Characteristics

Industrial Park:
Total Acres:
300.00 acres
Total Available Acres:
60.00 acres
Minimal Subdividable Acres:
5.00 acres
Largest Single Site:
40.00 acres
Elevation Range:
220 Feet - 300 Feet
Soil Type:
Loamy Sand and Wagram
Due Diligence:
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey
Phase I Environment
Protected Species Assessment
Wetlands Determination
Zoning Classification:
Certified Site:

Utilities and Service

Electric Provider:
Fairfield Electric Cooperative
Electric Supply:
Substation within park
Natural Gas Provider:
South Carolina Electric & Gas
Gas Line Size and Distance:
Water Provider:
Lugoff-Elgin Water Authority
Water Line Size and Distance:
Water Treatment Plant Capacity:
Wastewater Provider:
Kershaw County
Wastewater Line Size and Distance:
Line Type:
Wastewater Treatment Plant Capacity:
2.0 MGD
Fire Insurance Rating:

Transportation Access

Distance to Interstate:
I-20, 1/2 mile; I-77, 16 miles
Distance to Airport:
Woodward Field -12 miles, Columbia Metropolitan Airport- 35 miles
Distance to Port:
Port of Charleston, 124 miles

Additional Information:

Phase I Environment,Wetlands Determination,Protected Species Assessment,Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey

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"We've proven that Kershaw County is indeed Open for Business! Our County's recent commitment of $17 million to improve our industrial parks and sites shows that we are eager to welcome new industry and support their success. Because we continue to invest in ourselves, we continue to grow."
-- Julian Burns - Kershaw County Council Chairman