Fri Mar 5, 2021

Construction expected this fall for first building in logistics park on Columbus-Brunswick line

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An artist’s rendering shows the first building planned for development at the International Logistics Park of North Carolina (Courtesy of Cameron Managment Group)

Construction is expected to begin this fall on the first facility inside the International Logistics Park of North Carolina (ILP) on the Columbus-Brunswick county line.

The International Commerce Center will be an $8.5 million industrial “spec” building owned by Cameron Management Group of Wilmington. Developers hope that the building will be

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