Serving as the investment and development arm of the reputable NAI Earle Furman, Appian Investments, along with the Orangeburg County Development Commission (OCDC), recently announced breaking ground on the largest speculative building in the Midlands. The industrial facility is set to be 534,702 square feet located at 122 Palmetto Commerce Parkway just off Interstate 26 at Exit 154 on US-301/Five Chop Road and will be the second development underway at Orangeburg’s Shamrock Commerce Park. In partnership with Pacolet Milliken and YC Holdings, LLC, led by Jim Roquemore, Appian Investments intends to deliver the building Q4 of 2022.
Patterson’s CEO Lance Patterson added, “Shamrock Commerce Center will be a premier industrial complex. It was a pleasure to work with Appian Investments/NAI Earle Furman, the Pacolet Milliken team, and United Community Bank.”
The new speculative building will be a best-in-class, concrete tilt-up cross-dock facility with a 36-foot clear height and will have 114 dock-high doors, four over-sized ramp doors, an ESFR sprinkler system, LED and soffit lighting, 147 trailer storage spaces, ample car parking, and all utilities available.
Building A has been planned to provide users with the most flexibility as possible and the design is a product of collaboration between Nelson, a worldwide architectural firm out of Alpharetta, Georgia, and BlueWATER Civil Design, based in Greenville, SC, with a solid presence across the southeast. Harper General Contractors: an award-winning general contractor also based in Greenville will be handling the construction.