How many warehouses have been built that the current BOC approved? The answer might surprise you.

Industrial development is a hot topic in Henry County, but what’s happening at a local level to affect the market is often misunderstood. The board of commissioners have taken several steps to better direct new industrial growth while recognizing and appreciating the contributions made by existing tenants. January 2017 was a major turning point and... Continue Reading →

Declaration Logistics Center delivering summer 2021

A new real estate package for the Declaration Logistics Center is advertising an upcoming development by Crow Holdings Industrial. The building is forecast to be available in June 2021. Declaration Logistics Center will include one building offering 268,940 square feet of industrial space located off Declaration Drive in McDonough. Other buildings on the street were... Continue Reading →

High industrial demand seen throughout metro Atlanta

High industrial demand continues to be a strong theme throughout metro Atlanta and north Georgia. Here are nine industrial projects being considered throughout the region. The projects mentioned below have been submitted to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs for review as a development of regional impact during the last three months. The oldest project... 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 →

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