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beyond business as usual


Nexton is different. Not different for the sake of different, but different for the sake of better. Everything here — from the gigabit fiber-optic network to the trail network — is designed to make Nexton more intelligent. More efficient. More forward-thinking. More fulfilling for customers and employees. All-around more healthy for business. 

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innovation loves company

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.

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designed to live and work like a town

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.

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beautifully accessible,
marvelously connected

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.

nexton's commercial districts

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Front Street District

  • A walkable district of restaurants, shops, offices, services and gathering spaces
  • Location: I-26 and Brighton Park Boulevard accessed via exit 199B
  • Current office tenants: SCRA, SunTrust, Aeterna Zentaris, Palmetto Primary Care
  • Current retail tenants: Starbucks, Carolina Ale House, Rainbow Child Care, CPM Federal Credit Union
  • Nexton Square: Outdoor plaza surrounded by a mix of dining, shopping and services. Tenants include Taco Boy, Hall’s Chophouse, Fuji Sushi, Bad Daddy’s Burgers, The Bicycle Shoppe and a select list of other restaurants, retailers and services. Under construction and slated to open in 2019

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Parkway District

  • A mix of office and retail, ideal for corporate headquarters and large-format office tenants
  • Location: Situated along a four-mile stretch of Nexton Parkway, which connects I-26 to State Road 176 and the Cane Bay community
  • Anchored by a proposed grocery store anchored center and home of the MUSC regional hospital
  • 200+ acres, entitled for approximately 1 million square feet of office and 175,000 square feet of retail space
  • Several sites visible from I-26; other sites adjacent to Brighton Park Village (1,000 homes and apartments at build-out) and Del Webb Nexton, a new gated community for 55+ adults (1,000 homes at build-out)

For general commercial, office and retail information contact Dan Klausner at dklausner@newlandco.com

 

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