Speculative Industrial Building Announced for Greenville County


Augusta Grove, the largest industrial business park of its kind in Greenville County, today announced plans for a new, best-of-class speculative building that will be under construction by the end of the year.

At 331,850 square feet, the Class A, concrete, tilt-wall industrial project known as Augusta Grove #17 will have a 32-foot minimum clear height and create a commanding presence in the park. Located on a premier 46.1-acre site at the intersection of Matrix Parkway and Old Grove Road, the rear-load facility can accommodate a multi-tenant configuration, but is best suited for a dominant lead single tenant. Auto parking is ample with room for expansion in the design; likewise for trailer storage. An ESFR sprinkler system and LED lighting program are just a few examples of the quality features in this property.

The park’s existing tenants include a mix of successful manufacturing and logistics owners such as GE Aviation, KI Logistics, Roy Metals, The Blood Connection, Sun City Produce, JTEKT, Magna Industries and others. NAI Earle Furman is confident that the announcement of new spec inventory will attract more of the same.

Augusta Grove #17’s cutting-edge, flexible design is the product of collaboration between Wakefield Beasley & Associates, a multi-national architectural firm out of Atlanta, and BlueWATER Civil Design, based in Greenville with a solid presence across the southeast. Harper Corporation, an award-winning general contractor also based in Greenville, will be handling construction.

The project is being developed by a group led by TPA Group of Atlanta and Greenville-based Appian Investments together with Boston-based Long Wharf Real Estate Partners.

Design plans are solidified, site work and construction have started, and NAI Earle Furman is actively marketing the Augusta Grove #17 building for lease or sale. The project’s estimated date of completion is late summer, 2017.

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