3 Acre Parcel in Hardeeville Commerce Park with Engineering Plans and DHEC Permit Pending

Parcel 2 Hummingbird Lane Hardeeville, SC 29927

FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$210,000
Last Verified:
Aug 09, 2020

Highlights

  • 3 Acre Parcel in Hardeeville Commerce Park
  • Located in Opportunity Zone
  • Engineering Plans Completed - DHEC Permit Pending Resulting in Considerable Time Savings for Purchaser
  • Utilities to the Site
  • Room / Approved for Additional Building(s)
  • 9000 sf Building Approved plus Additional Building Allowed on site

Description

Three (3) acre parcel in the Hardeeville Commerce Park with engineering plans complete and DHEC permit pending, saving considerable time for purchaser. The City of Hardeeville is in the process of creating the necessary infrastructure with completion expected in 2021. Utilities available to the site. The city has approved a 9,000 sf (120 x 75) building in Phase I and additional building in the back.

Located in the Hardeeville Commerce Park, a 162 acre SC Department of Commerce site situated immediately off I-95, at Exit 5 and US 17 at Hummingbird Lane in an qualified Opportunity Zone. Adjacent to CSX and approximately 15 minutes from the Port of Savannah. This central interstate location provides easy access throughout the Beaufort and Jasper County markets as well as the Savannah and surrounding markets with a drive time of approximately 20 minutes to both downtown Savannah and Hilton Head Island.

Lot Size: 3.0 acres

Map of Parcel 2 Hummingbird Lane, Hardeeville, SC, 29927

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