I-269 Logistics Center Building D Set to Immediately Break Ground on a 70-Acre Site
ATLANTA, MARCH 22, 2021 – Atlanta-based Core5 Industrial Partners announced the acquisition of 221 acres of fully entitled land located at Highway 302 and I-269 in Marshall County to develop I-269 Logistics Center, a five building industrial park totaling 3 million square feet. Core5 will immediately break ground on the development of I-269 Industrial Park Building D, a 957,400-square-foot state-of-the-art cross dock facility which is expandable to 1.74 million square feet. Delivery of the building is scheduled for the first quarter 2022. I-269 Logistics Center will provide an outstanding business environment in a park-like setting with access to a deep and talented labor pool from which to draw potential workforce.
The proposed building will be constructed to meet state-of-the-art standards, featuring 40-foot clear ceiling height and a six inch Ductilcrete slab. The building will accommodate trailer parking for over 391 trailers and 597 auto parking spaces. The site is in pro-business Marshall County and offers significant real and personal property tax exemptions for up to 10 years based on job creation and investment.
“Located at Highway 302 and I-269, the property provides outstanding highway visibility and access coupled with easy proximity to the Memphis rail line which is the third most-connected rail center in the world. Memphis is one of only three cities to have five Class I railroads – Norfolk Southern, BNSF, CN, Union Pacific, and CSX. This will be an ideal facility for e-commerce fulfillment,” states Lisa Ward, Senior Vice President and Managing Director for Core5.
“We are delighted that Core5 Industrial Partners has chosen to invest in Marshall County,” states Justin Hall, Executive Director with Marshall County Industrial Development Authority. “With our location and access to a qualified workforce, we know that I-269 Logistics Center will be a property in high demand. We look forward to working with the Core5 team to help recruit more great jobs in our community,” Mr. Hall added.
“The State of Mississippi, Marshall County and the City of Byhalia have created a pro-business environment that is both responsive and easy for prospective tenants seeking to do business in the area,” declares Rodney Davidson, Vice President Investments for Core5.
About Core5 Industrial Partners
Core5 Industrial Partners is an industrial real estate property company with expertise in development of Class-A properties featuring the latest innovations throughout the United States. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Core5 has development activity in Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles/Inland Empire, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, Pennsylvania and South New Jersey with expansion plans to additional key logistic hubs in the US. Founded in 2015, the company has developed or begun construction on 26 million square feet since inception.
Immediate access to capital, coupled with the ability to financially support deals on their balance sheet without utilizing third party resources on most transactions, Core5 executes quickly without layers of bureaucratic, time-consuming processes. The company is privately held by 170-year-old Japanese-based Kajima Corp – one of the world’s largest A credit-rated construction companies with whom C5 leadership has sustained a 30+ year working relationship.
Named for its five core principles, the company values are centered around a highly flexible entrepreneurial spirit promising follow through on commitments with an emphasis on relationships, excellence in quality, attention to detail and quick decision making.
For more information on Core5 Industrial Partners, visit www.c5ip.com.
February 22, 2019 - Core5 Industrial Partners sold a 581,475-square-foot warehouse at the 173-acre Desoto 55 Logistics Center in Horn Lake, Mississippi, to O'Reilly Automotive Stores for an undisclosed price. The Class A, single-story structure at 1241 Commerce Drive comprises 113 loading docks, four drive-in bays, 56- by 50-foot column spacing and a 36-foot clear ceiling height. Developed by the seller in2018, the 4-Star property is less than six miles from Memphis International Airport. Core5 plans to develop three final buildings totaling 1.5 million square feet at Desoto 55 Logistics Center. The facilities are slated to deliver in the last quarter of 2019. Core5’s Senior Vice President and Managing Director Lisa Ward said in a statement, “The two key factors considered by logistics operators is immediate access to transportation infrastructure and access to a qualified labor pool. DeSoto 55 Logistics Center offers unparalleled access to both.”
Headquartered in Atlanta, Core5 has developed 10 million square feet of commercial space since its launch in 2015, according to its website. The firm plans to develop an additional 10 million square feet in 2019. Daniel Wilkinson and Allen Wilkinson at Colliers International, along with Brad Kornegay at Colliers Management Services, represented the seller, and will continue to handle marketing and leasing for DeSoto 55 Logistics Center. Elliot Embry with NAI Saig represented the buyer in the transaction.
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HORN LAKE, MISS. — Core5 Industrial Partners has sold the 581,474-square-foot Building A within Desoto 55 Logistics Center in Horn Lake. The business park sits on 173 acres about 18 miles south of Memphis. An undisclosed Fortune 500 company acquired the asset. The sales price was not disclosed. In addition, Core5 announced that Building B, a 300,145-square-foot facility, has been fully leased to DSV Solutions LLC and EPE Industries USA, which are both set to occupy the space this quarter. Three other buildings are planned within Desoto 55. At full build-out, the business park will span more than 2.5 million square feet. All three buildings are expected to be delivered by the end of this year.
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