CONNECTED THROUGH THE CAROLINAS
The Carolinas market is an ideal place for industrial tenants for several reasons. Transportation, accessibility and location all serve to create strong fundamentals for the Columbia, S.C. industrial market. Columbia is one of a few American cities with three major interstates serving the metropolitan area (I-26, I-77, and I-20), with I-95 approximately 60 miles away. Its central location to all Southeastern states makes it an ideal place for industrial tenants. South Carolina shares borders with North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee and is within a couple hours drive to Florida, Alabama and Virginia. Another major benefit of the South Carolina market is the accessibility of major ports; the Port of Charleston and the Port of Savannah, and rail lines, CSX and Northfolk Southern.
Anchored by BMW in the piedmont and Boeing on the coast South Carolina is undergoing a manufacturing renaissance. State leaders understand the importance of maintaining an attractive environment for manufacturing growth and are implementing a well-planned and unique strategy to attract and sustain manufacturing and distribution opportunities for the state while protecting and enhancing our valuable natural resources.
South Carolina, “The Beast of the Southeast” is running on all cylinders! Manufacturing investment and job growth is occuring at a rate unprecedented in the history of the State.
A diverse economy led by manufacturing, technology, agriculture and tourism together with a mild climate, low power rates, strong infrastructure, and wonderful natural resources provide an excellent quality of life.
“…the secret to South Carolina’s success is its investment in workforce development”
– Bobby Hitt, Secretary of Commerce
Ready SC offers coordinated training across the state through modern technical colleges geared toward modern manufacturing needs. South Carolina will train your workforce at no cost for eligible new and expanding companies.
Carolina Industrial Properties is the portfolio of manufacturing, warehouse, flex space and industrial properties in South Carolina and North Carolina. As the economy began to recover from the recent recession, there was a large number of industrial spaces left vacant after the downturn – but potential tenants discovered that they would need serious refit or upfit work in order to meet their changed business needs.
Believing in the growing strength of Carolina manufacturing, Reger Holdings set out to compile a portfolio of strategically chosen industrial properties that then received significant value-added investment, with the express goal of exceeding tenant needs.
In addition to the upfront investment in construction and redevelopment of the properties, Reger Holdings is committed to our investment as a landlord, dedicating ourselves to doing whatever is necessary for the tenants’ success. As a result, we have received an exceptional reputation among businesses, and the demand for Reger properties and partnership has led to us becoming the top industrial landlord in South Carolina and North Carolina.