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SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex

A premier industrial terminal with an unrivaled combination of one mile of deepwater frontage on the main shipping channel, direct rail, quality roads, and existing infrastructure - all located in a Federal Opportunity Zone in the port of Savannah, the fourth busiest port in the nation.

About the Complex

SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex is located along the Savannah River at the first berth encountered when entering the Port of Savannah. With ±600 usable acres of land, a mile of deep-water access with no height restrictions, and existing rail, utilities, and infrastructure, SeaPoint offers unique and substantial savings for its partners.

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Unique Features

With a rich history in industrial manufacturing, the site’s existing infrastructure and utilities will result in immediate and long-term savings for co-locating companies.

Historic photo from the 1950s

  • The entire site is a Federal Opportunity Zone
  • Direct rail access to CSX, switch to NS
  • Existing utilities and infrastructure
  • A 30 MW substation, steam generator, access to LNG, wastewater treatment, and potable water
  • Existing connectivity to interstate and commercial routes
  • Deepwater berth at 42’ (to be deepened to 47’)
  • No height restriction on shipping channel
  • Commitment to environmental conciousness
  • Existing 100,000 SF warehouse
  • Existing 60,000 R&D facility

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About Our Location

“Companies in Savannah flourish thanks, in part, to the city’s superior infrastructure and logistics. In fact, Logistics Today named Savannah ‘the most logistics friendly city in the nation’ three years in a row, and Area Development Magazine named Savannah ‘Top 5 for Best Cities with Port-related Intermodal Sites.”

LEARN MORE about why Site Selection Magazine ranked Savannah as one of the top 10 locations for economic projects in 2019.