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Seefried Industrial Properties has acquired a 56-acre site for Grove 75 Logistics Center in Calhoun, GA.

Seefried Industrial Properties Acquires 56 Acres in Calhoun for 739K-SF Spec Development

Atlanta, GA-based Seefried Industrial Properties has acquired a 56-acre site with plans to break ground immediately on Grove 75 Logistics Center, a 738,720-square foot speculative development in Calhoun, GA.  The facility is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2023.

The state-of-the-art logistics center will feature modern, Class A building features, 40-foot clear heights, 167 dock-high cross-docking doors (4 drive-in), ample trailer and auto parking spaces, LED interior lighting, ESFR sprinklers and office space to suit.

The property is within the I-75 North Industrial submarket, which provides ideal access to a growing population base, labor pool and numerous nearby amenities.  Grove 75 Logistics Center is located on Union Grove Road less than a mile from Interstate 75 and 1.5 miles from Highway 53 and Highway 41. Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is 74 miles away.

 Project partners include The Conlan Company as the general contractor, Southland Engineering as the civil engineering firm and Atlas Collaborative as the architect.

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