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Triangle newcomer makes splash with 50-acre industrial park in Garner

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Thursday August 1, 2019

Triangle newcomer makes splash with 50-acre industrial park in Garner

From the Triangle Business Journal:

A Cincinnati real estate firm is making its first splash into the Triangle with plans for a 50-acre industrial park in Garner.

Al Neyer plans to start construction soon on the Garner Business Park 70, a four-building 675,000-square-foot industrial park off US 70 in Garner.

Work on the 150,000-square-foot Building 1 will begin on August 1, with plans to open in mid-2020.

“The Al Neyer team is thrilled to kick off its first project in the market,” says Justin Parker, vice president of real estate development. “We recognize this property’s potential for large corporate users, thanks to an onsite, active rail spur and easy access and high visibility off Highway 70. The site’s location provides an excellent opportunity for businesses to draw labor from multiple surrounding counties.”

Read more here from Caleb Harshberger at the Triangle Business Journal.

About The Project

Al. Neyer marks its entry into the Triangle market with plans for Garner Business Park 70, an industrial park with four buildings totaling approximately 675,000 SF. Phase I will include a 150,000 SF building with construction starting August 2019 with delivery Q2 of 2020.

This modern industrial park provides a blank canvas for large corporate users with an active rail spur on-site and frontage on US Highway 70. With excellent access and visibility off the highway, as well as a prime location in the rapidly growing communities of Garner and Wake County, North Carolina, this site is an excellent opportunity to draw labor from multiple surrounding counties.

You can read more about Garner Business Park 70 here and Al. Neyer’s entry into the Triangle here.


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