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Capital Development Partners breaks ground on Savannah logistics center

Atlanta-based Capital Development Partners, a developer of industrial and infrastructure projects in U.S. gateway and constrained markets, has broken ground on the $125 million Savannah Port Logistics Center. The 2.3 million-square-foot logistics campus is being developed to meet the needs of import, export and e-commerce customers of the Port of Savannah, the fastest growing and largest single-container port in the United States.

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Construction begins on $125 million Savannah Port Logistics Center

Infrastructure around the Savannah Harbor is continuing to take shape. Atlanta-based Capital Development Partners Inc. broke ground on the Savannah Port Logistics Center on Tuesday. The 2.3 million-square-foot, $125 million project was first announced in March and is a joint venture between Capital Development Partners and Greenfield Partners. The logistics center is located 10 miles from the Port of Savannah via Highway 80.

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Capital Development Partners Breaks Ground on Savannah Port Logistics Center

Savannah, Ga. (June 11, 2018) – Capital Development Partners has broken ground on the Savannah Port Logistics Center. The 2.3 million-square foot, $125 million logistics campus is being developed to meet the needs of import, export and e-commerce customers of the Port of Savannah, the fastest growing and largest single-container port in the U.S.

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Capital Development Partners, Inc. Announces Development Of Savannah Port Logistics Center

Capital Development Partners, Inc., a national industrial real estate and infrastructure development company, will develop the Savannah Port Logistics Center in Pooler, Ga., to help meet the needs of the fastest growing port in the U.S. The new, state-of-the-art industrial campus located on 197 acres will offer more than 2.3 million square feet of space for lease with modern specifications, transload, cross-dock, high cube and trailer storage facilities.

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Porter scores touchdown with industrial deals

It was fitting that John K. "Johnny" Porter Jr. went into real estate. His late father worked in commercial real estate, plus Porter played football and studied industrial management at Georgia Tech.

The writing was on the locker-room wall, maybe dating from the days of Bobby Dodd, if not John Heisman himself.

"If you play football and study industrial management at Tech, you always get into the real estate business," said the 42-year-old Porter.

Destined or not, Porter has prospered in the profession, 2005 being a prime example. An executive vice president for CB Richard Ellis Inc. in Atlanta, Porter closed $68 million in industrial deals during the year, earning him top honors in the industrial category from the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors.

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