A versatile product specially designed to attract new and expanding industry to Cabarrus County will soon make its debut. The 50,425-square-foot speculative industrial building, situated on 4.55 acres in Phase I of the International Business Park, can easily be converted to meet any business needs. The building is designed for R&D or manufacturing and is expected to be ready for lease or sale later this month.
The development of the project has been managed by Beacon Partners and constructed by Myers and Chapman. “By having a good land site to work with, the process took about six months from start to finish,” said Bryan Crutcher of CBRE. “It’s ready for upfit now and someone could move in within the next couple of months. When you look at that timeline compared to other business parks, we feel that’s pretty quick turnaround.”
Anne Johnson of CBRE also noted one of the other benefits of the spec industrial building is having independent truck and vehicle access areas.