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Capital Development, Greenfield Break Ground on $125M Savannah Port Logistics Center

Operated by the Georgia Ports Authority, the Port of Savannah is the largest single-container port in the U.S. Pictured, the port’s Garden City Terminal.

SAVANNAH, GA. — Capital Development Partners, in a joint venture with Greenfield Partners, has broken ground on the $125 million Savannah Port Logistics Center. The 2.3 million-square-foot campus is being developed to meet the needs of Port of Savannah’s import, export and e-commerce customers. Operated by the Georgia Ports Authority, the Port of Savannah is the largest single-container port in the United States. The 190-acre Savannah Port Logistics Center will offer dual rail service via Norfolk Southern and CSX Tier 1 railroads, and will include two buildings totaling 1.1 million square feet and 1.3 million square feet. Both buildings will feature 40-foot ceiling heights and cross-dock capability. Building I is slated for completion in April 2019, and developers expect to break ground on Building II later this year. Atlanta-based Capital Development Partners is a national developer of industrial infrastructure facilities. Greenfield Partners is a private equity real estate firm headquartered in Westport, Conn., with $3.3 billion in gross assets under management. To date, the company has invested more than $5 billion in equity across multiple sectors, including 25 million square feet of industrial.

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