EFFINGHAM, GA--(Marketwired - Aug 22, 2013) - Medient Studios, Inc. (
The period of the lease is 20 years and Medient has the right to purchase the property at any point in that period. At the end of the term the property will be automatically transferred to the company. Medient will also receive $1.25 million as a Site Development Grant.
"We are excited to finish off the formalities and get to work. I am grateful for the unstinting support of the IDA and County and look forward to getting the studio open soon," said Manu Kumaran, Chairman and CEO of Medient.
John Henry, CEO of Effingham IDA, commented, "The Medient Studioplex will have such a tremendous positive impact not only on the film industry, but also for the citizens of Effingham County, the Savannah region and the State of Georgia. We are proud to be a part of the project and pledge our full support to Medient's success."
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