Navy Yard at Noisette Development Portfolio

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The Navy Yard at Noisette

development portfolio


Listed On National Register of Historic Places 1st LEED Commercial Interior certified project in SC Utilized New Market Tax Credits Gym/Shower Facilities Herman Miller recyclable materials office systems furniture

PeopleMatter Intermodal Bridge Transport Naval Complex Redevelopment Authority


7 Storehouse 10 Storehouse

Built 1905 Partial Rehabilitation 2004 33,000 sq ft, 3 floors

Ikhana Design and Construction Vapor Apparel Noisette Company

Clemson Restoration Institute SCS Engineers

High efficiency lighting, Modern HVAC system Water saving restrooms, Low VOC paint Earth friendly cabinetry, Recycled floor coverings Owner: Noisette Company

Built 1939 Rehabilitated in 2006 to LEED standards 38,400 sq ft Listed On National Register of Historic Places 2008 SC Historic Preservation Award Winner Utilized Historic Tax Credits Event space & Restaurant Professional Office Space & Artists studios Home to many events including Kulture Klash & North Charleston Arts Festival Owner: Noisette Company

McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture MD Design The Charleston Mattress Diadem Marketing Biohabitats Artistic Spirit Art Gallery Anna Bells Kitchen Kelly Wenner Design

Parcel 14

Built 1917 w additions through 1980 Includes existing buildings 30 & 25 totaling 48,000 s.f. 3.95 acres, expandable to 5.45

Unique Development Opportunity Former Charleston Naval Base Hospital Listed On National Register of Historic Places Protected by Historic Covenants & Community Association Mixed-use zoning including residential, commercial and retail Comprised of 10 connected buildings Owner: Noisette Company ***Available for purchase***

Ideal for flex warehouse, commercial or creative offices Located adjacent to Clemson Wind Turbine Research Center Owner: Noisette Company ***Available for purchase***


Naval Hospital

Built 1940 - 1942 156,825 sq ft/ 1-2 stories 11.1 acres

Currently vacant Campus-like feel with 1-acre interior courtyard Capacity for over 500 parking spaces Structure is reinforced, poured-in-place concrete foundation, frame and ceiling deck Facades completed w terra cotta block infill and double-hung, wood frame windows Spanish tile roof Available Incentives include New Market & Historic Tax Credits Adjacent expansion opportunities available

Parham & Company

Utilized New Market Tax Credits Tenants: Wilbur Smith Associates BCD Council of Governments DHEC - Environmental Quality Control

Built 1917 Rehabilitated 2011 3,350 sq ft Showroom for furniture & antiques Listed On National Register of Historic Places Utilized Historic Tax Credits Owner: Parham & Company

Built 1939 Rehabilitated 2010 3,700 sq ft of restaurant space Caribbean style dining overlooking Riverfront Park “Panama house” style architecture Listed On National Register of Historic Places Owner: Runaway Bay

Live Oak Consultants

DHEC - Coastal Resource Management Tele-Consultants Design Mill Owner: Noisette Company

Runaway Bay Restaurant

11 Storehouse

Built 1996 45,000 sq ft of office space Covered 1st floor parking

Built 1939 Rehabilitated 2010 3,700 sq ft of office space Overlooks Charleston Naval Base Memorial & Riverfront Park “Panama house” style architecture Listed On National Register of Historic Places Utilized Historic Tax Credits Owner: Live Oak Consultants

Lowcountry Innovation Center

Built 1943 Rehabilitated 2009 40,000 sq ft of loft style office space Former Naval Hospital Storehouse Tailored to accommodate knowledge-based companies Wide variety of spaces designed to allow for expansion or contraction Tenant coffee bar Common conference rooms Listed On National Register of Historic Places Owner: Lead Dog Properties

Coleman Snow Headquarters Tenants

Former Naval Base post office LEED Gold Certified Geothermal HVAC System Architect: LS3P Associates Owner: WPC Engineering



Built 1942 Rehabilitated 2007 23,000 sq ft

Built 1944 Rehabilitated 2010 2 floors, 16,000 sq ft Listed On National Register of Historic Places LEED Silver intent Utilized Historic Tax Credits Architect: McMilllan Pazdan Smith Contractor: Chastain Construction Owner: Coleman-Snow Consultants

Advanced Core Technologies Amentra - a Red Hat Company Atlas Executive Consulting Averalink Information Systems Cedrus Development Deloitte, LLP Geocent, LLC Khafra Engineering Lowcountry Housing Trust Myconostica USA Inc. Sentek Global Consulting SGA Archtiecture Trinity Systems Engineering, LLC

Built 2005 -2007 15 acres total on banks of Cooper River Sustainable design and construction Walking trails, river views, fishing piers Performance amphitheater Interactive fountain 800 ft long boardwalk Playground Picnic area Dog park Owner: City of North Charleston


Architect: Martin Riley Associates Civil Engineer: ASI Engineers Structural Engineer: Law Engineering Consultants, Inc General Contractor: Mcshane Construction Owner: The Landmark Group

60 total units Appx 140 residents 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apts Affordable housing First new ground up construction at Navy Yard in nearly 2 decades Initial lease-up completed within 2 months Shovel ready project enabled by American Reinvestment & Recovery Act


West Yard Lofts Riverfront Park

Built 2010 4-story residential building 1st multifamily project at Navy Yard

As part of its responsibilities under an agreement with the City of North Charleston, The Noisette Company designed, built and forward-funded (Phase 1) this 15 acre park Tens of thousands of visitors each year First significant public access to the Cooper River in over 100 years


Rehabilitated and occupy Quarters Y, Z and C located in Historic Officers Quarters District Replication of the Delancey Street Foundation Program located in San Francisco SC STRONG began in 2006

Charleston Marine Containers Incorporated, a Kratos Company Assembly and Manufacturing of mobile containers. Occupy warehouses 64, NSC 66 and NSC 67 totaling 240,000 s.f. under long-term lease Listed on the National Register of Historic Places Utilized New Market Tax Credits Owner: Noisette Company

Power House


South Carolina Sustaining Teaching Rebuilding Our New Generation

Built 1909 Exterior Clean up completed 2009 Designated for civic use Owner: City of North Charleston

Navy Yard at Noisette Highlights

Surrounding 3,000 acre Area

Unique 340-acre development of mixed-use property

North Charleston is home to over 40% of the Charleston

comprising the northern portion of the former Charleston Navy Base

region’s office market

The Navy Yard at Noisette is located in the center of the regions core employment zone and situated in close proximity to 15 regional employers employing 35,000+ Easy access to I-26 and I-526, airport, Boeing, Clemson Wind Turbine Facility The Navy Yard boasts a proven and successful commercial market with 85+ businesses and 2,500+ employees. The entire former Naval Base is now home to more then 8,000 daytime employees

Development dates back to the late 19th century and includes many property owners and neighborhoods Subject of the Noisette Master Plan for revitalization. Plan received Award of Excellence from ASLA (Oct 2005) Proclaimed as one of Nation’s Top 10 neighborhoods by Cottage Living magazine (July 2008) Men’s Journal Magazine names Park Circle community as one of Nation’s Coolest Neighborhoods (June 2009) North Charleston named Winner of Award of Excellence for

Industry base found includes high-tech, aerospace, maritime, defense, communications, manufacturing, design and professional services

Sustainable Community Development by Home Depot Foundation (Dec 2009)

Sustainable design and construction governed by Community

North Charleston chosen to receive the Award for Municipal Excellence for Sustainable Urban Revitalization from the


National League of Cities (Nov 2010)

3 distinct Nationally registered Historic Districts located inside Navy Yard

Academic Magnet School ranks at #15 for America's Best High Schools by Newsweek Magazine (June 2011)

Named one of nation’s “Top 10 - America’s Best Green-Built Neighborhoods” by Natural Home Magazine” (Jan 2008) LEED Neighborhood Development certification (Feb 2010)

Find us: Website For more information, contact: Jeff Baxter Director of Development The Noisette Company 843-554-2267

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