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SCPA sells Daniel Island property

S.C. Ports Authority is selling an approximate 106-acre property on Daniel Island. The land, identified as the North Island Tract, is situated between Seven Farms Drive and the Cooper River. It sits within Berkeley County and the city of Charleston.

S.C. Ports Authority says it has worked in recent years to sell real estate that does not support or house port operations. The proceeds of the land sale will support S.C. Ports’ infrastructure projects and operational needs, according to the release.

SCPA says that it intends to award the highest responsive and responsible offer that it deems to be most advantageous to SCPA. The buyer of the property will determine the use of the property, according to the announcement.

Property information and details on submitting offers can be found here


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