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Transwestern Investment Group, on behalf of Transwestern Strategic Partners Fund III, has acquired 29.1 acres in commercial real estate transaction in Ellenwood, GA

Transwestern Acquires 29-Acre Industrial Site in Ellenwood, GA

Transwestern Investment Group, on behalf of Transwestern Strategic Partners Fund III, has acquired 29.1 acres in Ellenwood, GA. TIG will partner with Transwestern Development Company to build a 265,775-square-foot distribution center. Construction is scheduled to begin later this year, with delivery in the third quarter of 2024.

Clayton Technology Center will offer access to Interstates 675, 75 and 285. Approximately 10 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the Class A rear-load facility features 36-foot clear height, 60 dock doors, ESFR sprinklers, 37 trailer stalls and 245 auto parking stalls.

“This acquisition complements our strategy to develop highly functional, core assets in major logistics markets across the country,” said Chris Sterling, Director of Acquisitions at TIG. “Given the infill location, Clayton Technology Center will provide much-needed industrial space in an undersupplied and land-constrained market.” 

The Conlan Company is the general contractor. CBRE’s Todd Barton and Joanna Blaesing will handle leasing.


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