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SJP Properties has broken ground on the Georgia International Commerce Centre industrial facility in Savannah, GA.

SJP Properties, Partners Launch 6.5M-SF Industrial Facility on 800 Acres in Savannah

SJP Properties has broken ground on the first phase of construction of the Georgia International Commerce Centre, a 6.5 million-square-foot, Class A industrial facility in Savannah. The company is partnering with Chesterfield and Atalaya Capital Management on the project.

SJP Properties is partnering with Manulife Investment Management on the first building, which is now underway. GICC will ultimately comprise 12 buildings located on 809 acres of industrial land near the Port of Savannah.

 Conceptual plans for the GICC site call for 12 buildings ranging in size from 250,000 to 1,300,000 square feet, each with cross-dock, front-load or rear-load configurations. Spanning one million square feet, the first building is a Class A cross-dock facility that will feature 40-foot clear heights; 228 dock doors; four drive-in ramps; 273 trailer parking spots; a 185-foot-deep truck court; and car parking for roughly 190 employees.

SJP Properties is commercial and residential real estate owner, developer, investor, asset manager, construction manager and property manager. Chesterfield specializes in the development of class A corporate office and industrial properties. Manulife Investment Management is the global brand for the global wealth and asset management segment of Manulife Financial Corporation.


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