Building 600 will be built south of the existing warehouse. (LoopNet map)
The second building at the Cubes at Locust Grove is set to build in 2020. The Cubes at Locust Grove is a 343 acre industrial park being developed by ClayCo Realty Group.
The first phase of the project was completed in 2017. That phase built a one million square foot (MSF) warehouse and completed the realignment of Price Drive at Bill Gardner Parkway to serve the development.
The Locust Grove city council rezoned phase II in January 2019. When considering both phases, six warehouses are planned totaling 4.3 MSF of industrial space.
Building 600 is located south of the existing structure and will use a shared driveway off Price Drive. The building will offer 562,500 square feet and be available in December 2020.
Future buildings 100 – 400 are located south of Bethlehem Road. The warehouses will directly benefit from the future interstate exit and a portion of the industrial park’s property will become right of way in the realigned and widened Bethlehem Road.
Locust Grove has a growing industrial sector.
On the other side of I-75, the Locust Grove city council approved the Gardner Commerce Center last week. The project will build a new 1.25 MSF warehouse on eighty-one acres off Colvin Drive.
The Gardner Farms Logistics Park is under construction and, most recently, was observed working on their future entrance at state route 42 and Colvin Drive. The developer has been working with Locust Grove and Georgia DOT to coordinate improvements at the intersection including a traffic signal pending the state’s approval.