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February 2019

Massive E-Commerce Distribution Space at Cedar Farms Now Complete

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Tuesday February 5, 2019

Massive E-Commerce Distribution Space at Cedar Farms Now Complete

Al. Neyer and partner New York Life Real Estate Investors are making history in Greater Nashville with the delivery of Cedar Farms, the largest speculative industrial building ever built in the market. Al. Neyer completed the 902,395 SF building in December of 2018 and served as both developer and design-builder on the project.

Delivery with Plans for Expansion

The massive Class A bulk warehouse is part of the first phase of a two-phase project that is expected to total 1.5 MSF. Upon completion of a second speculative Class A bulk industrial building in Phase II, Cedar Farms will be one of the top five biggest industrial facilities in the region.

At 570-feet deep and 1,582-feet long, the Phase I building features 100 dock doors with 92 available in the future, and four drive-in ramp doors. Also, the 36’ minimum clear height beyond the staging bay provides easy and efficient loading.

Prime Location

The 103-acre Lebanon site is in a prime position near three interstates, with direct access to I-840 at the Couchville Pike interchange, and just nine miles to I-40 and 18 miles to I-24. That means same-day delivery to 39 million people and parcel ground delivery to 77% of the total US population.

“Our firm has watched this market and its tremendous demand for industrial space,” said Rob Gage, Vice President of Real Estate Development. “We’ve seen how Nashville appeals to national and regional distribution centers, especially those focused on e-commerce. Cedar Farms is the type of product that can compete in this tight market.”

Crews began preparing the site for construction in November of 2017 and quietly finished work at the end of 2018. Learn more about the project and find leasing information here.

Momentum in Nashville

This bulk warehouse distribution building marks Al. Neyer’s second development in Greater Nashville. The team recently completed Mallory Green, a 178,000 SF Class A office building in Franklin, and is currently building a 37,500 SF one-story medical office building for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Murfreesboro. We’re proud of the work our team is doing in the market.

Connect with our leaders in this regional market here.


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