A real estate package for the Declaration Logistics Center is advertising a new development by Crow Holdings Industrial. The building was completed in late 2020.
Declaration Logistics Center includes one building offering 268,940 square feet of industrial space located off Declaration Drive in McDonough. Other buildings on the street were built in 1996 – 2001 suggesting the property has been zoned M-1 (light industrial) for over twenty years.
The plans include 45 dock high doors, 39 trailer parking spaces (expandable to 119), and 128 auto parking spaces. The building will have a minimum interior clear height of 32′.
Project continues theme of Industrial Infill
The Declaration Logistics Center continues a frequent theme of industrial infill, where developers build on vacant sites within existing development instead of seeking additional land. This enables the developer to avoid a rezoning request while also maintaining the existing boundaries Henry County has established around the industrial area.
Site 500 within the Greenwood Industrial Park started construction in fall 2019. The site, consisting of 32.7 +/- acres, can support up to a 621,300 square feet building. Many of the buildings along Greenwood Industrial Parkway were built in the late 1990s documenting the age of the industrial park.
Industrial infill projects resulted in the creation of two-hundred manufacturing jobs at Sangsin Technology America, a South Korean brakes manufacturer, in 2019 and three-hundred jobs at S&S Activewear announced in fall 2017.
Editor’s note: the article previously referenced the King Mill Distribution Park located on Distribution Drive as having been completed by Crow Holdings. That reference was incorrect and has been removed.
This article was updated in December 2020 following the completion of construction.
The featured image is an aerial rendering of the planned Declaration Logistics Center. Photo credit to Crow Holdings Industrial and Strategic Real Estate Partners, LLC.