Phase II of Core5 Industrial Project Set to Break Ground Q3 of this Year

CBRE Set to Market and Lease Phase II Buildings Following Successful Leasing of Initial Phase I Building Cincinnati – September 2, 2021 – Core5 Industrial Partners announced today that Phase II of the Core5 Industrial Partners speculative multi-building industrial project is scheduled to break ground in the third quarter of this year in Elsmere, Kentucky. Phase II will feature two buildings totaling 869,308-square-feet. Building 2 offers 585,064-square-feet of cross-dock capability for larger tenants while Building 3 will offer 284,244-square-feet of single-loaded space, creating leasing opportunities for smaller end-users. Phase II follows the successful leasing of the Phase I -- 839,931-square-foot C5 Airport East Logistics Center Building 1 to Diversey, Inc. at 7900 Foundation Drive. This building is scheduled to be completed in Q1 2022. Doug Armbruster, Core5’s Senior Vice President of the Midwest Region, is leading the development. “We are excited to start Phase II of this project. We are proud to be developing in the city of Elsmere and Kenton County. Combining exceptional infrastructure with strong community partnerships is key to our success, and this location in Elsmere provides almost immediate access to the CVG cargo hubs as well as a strong labor market in a close-in infill location." CBRE’s Doug Whitten represented Core5 Industrial Partners during the Phase I leasing and will be responsible for the marketing and leasing of all future buildings at the site. “This project represents an amazing opportunity for companies to operate in innovative and ultramodern speculative industrial facilities with a fantastic level of access to the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky markets,” said Whitten. “Speculative facilities with this type of access to quality labor are hard to find and we are seeing ever-increasing demand for high-quality facilities in this area. We expect the future phases of the project to draw interest from a variety of manufacturers, e-commerce and logistics companies that are looking to fortify their supply chain capabilities in the Midwest.” The site is strategically located 2.5 miles from Interstates 75 and 71 and provides convenient access to CVG International Airport. About CBRE Group, Inc. CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE: CBRE), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Dallas, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (based on 2020 revenue). The company has more than 100,000 employees serving clients in more than 100 countries. CBRE serves a diverse range of clients with an integrated suite of services, including facilities, transaction and project management; property management; investment management; appraisal and valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting; property sales; mortgage services and development services. Please visit our website at
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950K-square-foot warehouse set for new industrial park

By: Tom Bailey, Daily Memphian An Atlanta firm that develops industrial real estate will “immediately” start building a 957,400-square-foot warehouse in its new industrial park at Miss. 302 and I-269 in Marshall County, Mississippi. The cross-dock facility, “Building D,” will be the first of five buildings totaling 3 million square feet that Core5 Industrial Partners will erect on the 221 acres it acquired at the highway junction southeast of Memphis, according to a press release from the company. The new industrial park is named I-269 Logistics Center. The first building is scheduled to be completed early next year, and can be expanded to 1.74 million square feet. The facility will feature 40-foot-tall, clear ceilings, which is the space a tenant can use to store products on racks. The facility will accommodate parking for 391 trailers and 597 automobiles. Lisa Ward, senior vice president and managing director for Core5, said in a release, “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,” Ward said.
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Core5 Industrial Partners Announces 973,218-Square-Foot Building in Northwest Atlanta

Great Valley Commerce Center Set to Immediately Break Ground on 87-Acre Site in Bartow County located in the Northwest industrial submarket of Metro Atlanta, Georgia ATLANTA, December 2, 2020 – Atlanta-based Core5 Industrial Partners has closed on an 89-acre, fully entitled industrial site at Exit 296 in the Northwest industrial submarket. Core5 will immediately break ground on the development of Great Valley Commerce Center, a 973,218-square-foot state-of-the-art cross dock facility. Delivery of the building is scheduled for the fourth quarter 2021.
The configuration of the Great Valley Commerce Center site offers outstanding flexibility making the development ideal for either e-commerce or distribution users. The proposed building will feature 40-foot clear ceiling height and can accommodate trailer parking for over 220 trailers with 500 auto parking spaces. The site is in pro-business Bartow County, one of the strongest labor markets in Georgia with a population of more than 1 million people within a 45-minute drive.
“With great access to I-75 and less than 50 miles to the Appalachian Regional Port (Inland Port) which provides direct rail service to the Port of Savannah, Great Valley Commerce Center is ideal for local, regional and national distribution. The property provides outstanding access with easy proximity to Metro Atlanta’s population base. This will be an ideal facility for e-commerce fulfillment,” states Lisa Ward, Senior Vice President and Managing Director for Core5.
“We continue to see significant demand from large-scale users in the metro area and we feel the I-75/Northwest corridor will prove to be an excellent location for tenants/occupiers looking for access to a superior labor pool,” continues Ward.
"We are appreciative that Core5 Industrial Partners has chosen to invest in our community," said Bartow County Sole Commissioner Steve Taylor.  "With Bartow's strong business climate, talented workforce, and location advantages, we are confident that Core5's Great Valley Commerce Center will be in high demand."
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
Contact: Lisa Ward Core5 Industrial Partners 404-262-5430

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