Two properties are available now in Richland County, South Carolina.
The Bose and CSC properties are currently the largest two Class A facilities available in the Southeastern United States. Both are located 80 miles south of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport, and are within close proximity to I-20, I-26, and I-77, all of which run through Richland County.
Compared to traveling in other large metros, I-77 facilitates relatively quick commutes. A wide variety of transportation assets and ease of travel along these routes makes these properties valuable sites.
Bose Manufacturing Plant
- 104 acres
- 470,000 square-foot Class A industrial facility
- Pre-graded 150,000 square-foot expansion pad
Located along the I-77 corridor and US 21, the Bose building is within an easy commute to the northeast Columbia suburban market.
The fully air-conditioned building is unique, especially for its size, and is an ideal manufacturing facility. The Bose building is best-suited for manufacturing of automotive components, pharmaceuticals, aerospace components, medical devices, and advanced materials.
Additional transportation assets for the site:
125 miles to Port of Charleston (North Charleston Terminal), with 121 of the 125 miles on toll-free interstate.
Norfolk Southern railway can serve the site.
Within a one-day drive of 14 automotive OEMs located on the I-77 corridor.
Read more about I-77 corridor transportation assets.
More information about this property can be found in the Bose Building Flyer (PDF), with additional information available on the Richland County Economic Development Office website and colliers.com.
CSC Corporate Campus
90 acre corporate campus
Four office buildings totaling 423,950 square feet of Class A office space
A 23,500 square-foot standalone cafe and 8,700 square-foot standalone fitness center
A key feature of this property is the location and the access to employees; the building is located within minutes from Columbia, SC. The beautifully-manicured campus includes amenities such as a gym, on-site cafeteria, and walking trails.
The CSC campus is best suited for either a corporate headquarters (any industry), large shared-service centers (any industry), or for the insurance and insurance technology industry.
Listed at a great value, this property offers room for growth. More information about this property can be found in the CSC Corporate Campus Flyer (PDF) and the Richland County Economic Development Office website.
Richland County and Surrounding Area Workforce Statistics
The location of these properties provides access to a large, educated, and diverse workforce of 500,000 people — all just within 45 minutes. Of this population, more than 28 percent (over the age of 25) have a bachelor’s or advanced degree.
Each year, The University of South Carolina (the state’s flagship research university) graduates more than 7,000 into the Columbia metropolitan workforce.
The state of South Carolina and Richland County both offer incentives for job creation and investment. Richland County has zero union membership.
To inquire about these and other properties available in Richland County:
Please visit the Richland County Economic Development Office website.