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Trammell Crow Company and JV partner CBRE Investment Management have broken ground on the first phase of the Jackson 85 North Business Park in Jackson County, GA.

Trammell Crow Company, CBRE Investment Management Move Dirt on 2.2M-SF Logistics Project in Jackson County

The Atlanta office of Trammell Crow Company, a global commercial real estate developer, and JV partner CBRE Investment Management, on behalf of a fund it manages, have broken ground on the first phase of the Jackson 85 North Business Park in Jackson County, GA.

Jackson 85 is located on a 287-acre site along Interstate 85 approximately 60 miles northeast of Atlanta. It will deliver 2,252,000 square feet of Class A logistics space upon full completion in 2025.

The first phase of development at Jackson 85 will include 1.5 million square feet across two cross-dock facilities. Building 1 will comprise 538,450 square feet and Building 2 will offer 1,001,000 square feet. Phase one is expected to deliver in Q1 2024. Construction on Phase two will begin in mid-2024 and include a single 713,050-square-foot cross-dock facility, delivering in 2025. Features of all three buildings will include 185’ deep concrete exterior truck courts, 40’ clear heights, ample power, ESFR fire sprinklers, and R-19 roof insulation.

Leasing for the project will be handled by Wilson Hull & Neal Real Estate.


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