Lexington County's newest speculative building celebrated with ribbon cutting

May 13, 2021

COLUMBIA, S.C. (Central SC Alliance) – A drive down Interstate 26 in Lexington County, South Carolina, will reveal a new shade of blue dotting the skyline. The bright pop of color on the exterior of the recently completed county-owned Saxe Gotha Industrial Park Speculative Building embodies the energized and confident outlook that leaders in the county have for the future of the property and the rapidly expanding park where it’s found. County officials, alongside state and local representatives, private-sector supporters and allies, gathered to officially unveil the building with a ribbon cutting ceremony and tour.

Located on nearly 17 acres within the Saxe Gotha Industrial Park in Cayce, the spec building is minutes away from the Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) and downtown Columbia, and just a short drive to the Port of Charleston and international flights in Charlotte, NC. It boasts over 100,000 square feet and can be expanded to 195,000 square feet. Well-suited for a pharmaceutical, advanced manufacturing or life sciences company, the county has made numerous preparations to ready the building for its future tenant, including the completion of a graded pad, fully-poured 6” reinforced concrete slab floor, and multiple dock and drive-in doors.

The county is entertaining company and consultant inquires to learn more about the spec building and the park. The Central SC Alliance is assisting in marketing the properties. Learn more about the SGIP Spec and the Industrial Park.