Construction begins on $125 million Savannah Port Logistics Center

Construction begins on $125 million Savannah Port Logistics Center

Infrastructure around the Savannah Harbor is continuing to take shape.

Atlanta-based Capital Development Partners Inc. broke ground on the Savannah Port Logistics Center on Tuesday.

The 2.3 million-square-foot, $125 million project was first announced in March and is a joint venture between Capital Development Partners and Greenfield Partners. The logistics center is located 10 miles from the Port of Savannah via Highway 80.

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The project encompasses two industrial buildings and will offer access to Norfolk Southern and CSX Tier 1 railroads, in addition to transload capacity and more than 2,000 container storage positions. The first of the new buildings is set to open in April 2019.

“The Savannah Port Logistics Center is the most significant industrial and logistics development in the southeast,” said John Knox Porter, CEO of Capital Development Partners, in a release. “Our facilities and infrastructure will provide a significant advantage for our customers.”

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