CenterPoint to Develop 492,492 SF Spec Facility at CenterPoint Intermodal Center-Savannah
Posted By Staff Writers On August 24, 2016 @ 12:52 pm
OAK BROOK, IL – CenterPoint Properties is proud to announce the development of a 492,492 SF speculative facility within CenterPoint Intermodal Center in Savannah, Georgia (CIC-Savannah). The facility can be subdivided, offers Norfolk Southern rail service and is located four miles from the main gate of the Port of Savannah. Danny Chase and John Neely of Colliers International are exclusive marketing agents for the facility.
“CenterPoint embraces the growing Savannah port market by developing CIC-Savannah and recruiting highly active port-centric tenants,” said Bob Harbour, Senior Vice President of Development at CenterPoint. “We are excited to add this speculative facility to CIC-Savannah and our East Coast portfolio. Its proximity to port, rail and highway infrastructure offers future tenants several shipping solutions and an overall greater supply chain efficiency.”
Located on 32 acres, the Savannah Class-A, crossdock warehouse is divisible and expandable up to 776,412 SF. Facility features include 32’ clear height, 80 dock doors, four drive-in ramps, 176 trailer parking positions and 182 car parking spots. All features are expandable to the client’s requirements. Construction on the Savannah warehouse is expected to be complete in summer 2017.
Situated off Dean Forest Road/Highway 307, the facility offers easy access to the Norfolk Southern Intermodal, I-16 and I-95, and is just minutes from the Georgia Port Authority main gate.
“Savannah is the second busiest port market on the East Coast, making the location of this facility ideal for shipping operations,” said Chase. “The development of this speculative facility is a great opportunity for organizations looking at ways to make more turns per day and reduce time and drayage costs. We look forward to the completion of this facility and the operational benefits future tenants will gain.”
CIC-Savannah offers efficient multi-modal product movement and goods distribution, three-high container stacking and storage, flexible zoning, and additional acreage for build-to-suit warehouse opportunities.