Miller-Valentine Group announced on Sept. 25 that it has broken ground on the first warehouse building within Charleston's Atlas Commerce Center's multiphased development.
When the warehouse, a class "A" speculative building measuring 67,500 square feet, is completed, it will also include a second 67,500 square-foot structure.
“Atlas Commerce Center aims to serve a niche group of businesses who need space ranging from 7,500 to 67,500 square feet, but who still demand the same high level of quality and features usually reserved for much larger users," Atlas Capital Group Inc. Principal Warren Zinn said. "The tilt-up building incorporates modern design with functionality, including some features such as 30-foot clear ceilings, large truck aprons, multiple dock doors per bay and high parking ratios.”
Zinn said each warehouse would have the capacity for nine tenants, and that the first building would be completed by March.
Further information on leasing can be found at www.atlascommercecenter.com.
The center is a project of Miller-Valentine Group, which has been in operation for more than five decades. Miller-Valentine Group is a full-service real estate company that offers services in the areas of construction, development and property management.