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Beaufort Shopping Center Announces Additional Anchor Tenants

The Morgan Companies, a commercial real estate developer, has announced the full list of anchor tenants for its 200,000 square foot shopping center under construction in Beaufort, including a few previously unknown businesses.

Trey Morgan, chairman of The Morgan Companies, said in a press release that the company has now leased all space from anchor tenants at Beaufort Station.

The 31-acre site sits on the southwest corner of Robert Smalls Parkway and Parris Island Gateway, across from Walmart and Cross Creek Plaza, which includes retail stores and restaurants.

Work on the site is now underway and Beaufort Station is expected to open in fall 2023.

WIMCO Corp is the general contractor for the project.

Aldi Grocery Stores, PetSmart, TJ Maxx, Home Goods, Five Below and Rack Room Shoes will join previously confirmed anchor tenants, Hobby Lobby, Ross Dress for Less, Ulta Beauty and Old Navy at Beaufort Station, the company said during a unique event on Monday.

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This map shows where tenants will be located at Beaufort Station. The Morgan Companies

The City of Beaufort previously announced that Aldi was part of the development, along with Dress for Less, Ulta Beauty Old Navy and Hobby Lobby.

Morgan called interest in the development “phenomenal” and credited the city’s growing population.

The Morgan Companies specializes in properties anchored by National Credit tenants, including shopping malls, office buildings, hotels and medical properties, and single-tenant properties. It has offices in Charlotte and Fort Lauderdale.

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Stations at Beaufort Station are now filled with tenants. This is a rendering of the commercial development layout. The Morgan Companies

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Karl Puckett covers the town of Beaufort, the town of Port Royal and other communities north of the Broad River for The Beaufort Gazette and Island Packet. The Minnesota native has also worked at newspapers in his home state of Alaska, Wisconsin and Montana.