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Three-Building Spec Industrial Spanning Nearly 700K SF Planned for Charlotte Metro

Collett Industrial announced plans to develop Northside 77, a three-building park in Troutman, within North Carolina’s Iredell County, totaling 693,020 square feet. The industrial park will span approximately 90 acres off Houston Road near Exit 42 of Interstate 77. 

Construction is expected to begin in the third quarter, with delivery expected for the second half of 2024. Collett Industrial is working with Colliers’ Grant Miller and Phoebe Dinga to market Northside 77, which is located half an hour north of Charlotte’s CBD.  

“We look forward to partnering with Colliers, the Iredell EDC and the Town of Troutman on this opportunity to provide well-located, high-quality space to today’s industrial users within the greater Charlotte market,” Teddy Hull, principal at Collett Industrial, told the Charlotte Business Journal.  

Northside 77 will include buildings of 135,200, 217,620 and 340,200 square feet, according to Collett Industrial. 


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