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CRG Sells 708,990 SF Warehouse at The Cubes at Interstate Centre II Near Savannah, GA

CRG has announced the sale of a 708,990-square-foot logistics facility at The Cubes at Interstate Centre II. The 300-acre development within the Interstate Centre industrial park in Bryan County, GA is about 25 miles west of Savannah. Global cosmetics company KISS purchased Building B for its distribution operations.

It is the third warehouse developed in The Cubes at Interstate Centre II, designed to meet growing demand for logistics and warehouse space in the Southeast.

Located at 1864 Interstate Blvd. in Ellabell, Building B features 40-foot clear heights and a cross-dock configuration. The building incorporates 116 dock doors, 54’x53’ column spacing, an ESFR sprinkler system, four drive-in doors, 140 trailer parking spaces, and 369 vehicle parking spaces. CRG’s parent company, Clayco, was the builder for the project, while Clayco subsidiary Lamar Johnson Collaborative was architect.

Chris Tomasulo, Ryan Hoyt and Bennett Rudder of JLL represented CRG, while Bob Robers and Brian Monaghan of Cushman & Wakefield represented the buyer.


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