Because Charleston is situated on a peninsula, it had only one way to grow: right up I-26. Now this corridor is hopping. Businesses big and small are moving here, creating metro Charleston’s third major employment hub. In the middle of it all — adjacent to I-26 and surrounded by companies such as Volvo, Mercedes and Boeing — is Nexton.
Nexton is business-ready and people-friendly. Mixing together offices, homes, shops, schools, parks and restaurants. Tying everything together with a network of trails and pathways. Creating a place that lets you walk or pedal from a beautiful home to your office, to lunch with a friend or to a concert in the park.
A few years back, Nexton became South Carolina’s first gigabit community. Since then it has upped its game with best-of-class infrastructure, allowing for gigabit connections and creating a community-serving wifi network. And with the opening of the Nexton Parkway interchange (Exit 197) on I-26, Nexton goes from being highly convenient to ultra-connected.
For commercial information, contact Dan Klausner.
For commercial information contact Dan Klausner.
For general commercial, office and retail information contact Dan Klausner.