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#CharlestonAgenda: WorkPlace@Nexton, New CHS-NYC Flights, Volvo Speed Cap, Union Boss Boos Nikki Haley, Pistol-Packing Russian Robots, Infrared-Seeing Mice

Mar 06, 2019 09:56AM ● By Chris Haire

Nexton to add boutique office and specialty medical space: Nexton, a 5,000-acre mixed-use community in Summerville, will soon offer boutique office spaces custom-designed by SL Shaw & Associates. The new office park, called WorkPlace@Nexton, will feature six buildings that can be customized or divided into smaller units.

Nexton is also preparing to welcome Coastal Fertility Specialists in spring 2020, when they will move into a 6,500-square-foot facility. Nexton’s 10 gig internet speeds will help power their state-of-the-art infertility evaluation and treatment.

Both additions will flank Nexton Square, where they will have access to restaurants like Halls Chophouse, Taco Boy and Vicious Biscuit, along with shopping and fitness studio offerings.

“These new organizations reflect our wellness and innovation cornerstones, and enhance the lives of our residents and the surrounding community,” says Brent Gibadlo, vice president and general manager of Nexton.

Nexton features three housing villages with homes ranging from $200,000 to $500,000. The community will be South Carolina’s first to offer 10-gigabit broadband service and will offer a community to live, work, eat and shop, with everything in walking or biking distance. It’s being developed by Newland, the largest private developer of planned residential and urban mixed-use communities in the U.S. --Leigh Savage


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