Ikea parent firm buys 17,000 acres of forestland north of Charleston for $58.5M

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The parent company of Swedish-rooted and Dutch-based retailer Ikea now owns a sizable chunk of South Carolina forestland.

An affiliate of Ingka Group recently bought about 17,000 acres in Georgetown, Williamsburg and Clarendon counties on the northern edge of the Charleston region.


Source: The Post and Courier


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