Phase II on the horizon at The Marketplace at Locust Grove Shops

Architectural rendering (Kuo Diedrich photo) The Marketplace at Locust Grove Shops is planning a January 2021 availability date for phase II of their retail space, adding 13,286 square feet of new construction. The existing phase I opened in 2012 with 28,213 SF and features well-known tenants such as Little Caesars and Dollar Tree. Available spaces... Continue Reading →

Locust Grove approves Gardner Commerce Center

In one of their last actions before new council members are sworn in, the Locust Grove city council approved a rezoning and associated comp plan amendment for the Gardner Commerce Center. Plans include one 1.25 million square foot warehouse on eighty-one acres accessible from Colvin Drive. The council voted 4-1 (Greer opposed; Gardner recused) to... Continue Reading →

Industrial Snapshot Quarter Three 2019

New industrial space is available in McDonough. (real estate photo) The I-75 south corridor leads the Atlanta region in new industrial space under construction, according to this quarter’s Industrial Snapshot published by Cushman & Wakefield. The company defines the I-75 South submarket as Butts County, Clayton County (excluding the area surrounding Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport), Henry... Continue Reading →

Plans submitted for new Starbucks in Locust Grove

GDP Group of Akron, Ohio has submitted plans for commercial redevelopment in Locust Grove. The site, located at 4837 Bill Gardner Pkwy and presently occupied by the Shell service station, is proposed to be built into a dual-tenant structure. Planned tenants include Starbucks and a not-yet-named Urgent Care medical facility. The Locust Grove city council... Continue Reading →

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