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New Wilson County industrial projects forecast to bring thousands of jobs

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New Wilson County industrial projects forecast to bring thousands of jobs

With the start of 2022, Al. Neyer has nearly 2 million SF in development projects delivered or currently under construction in Lebanon, Tennessee. Our team continues to work with our trusted partners at the City of Lebanon and Wilson County to bring best-in-class industrial developments that support the overall economic development of the area.

New Wilson County industrial projects forecast to bring thousands of jobs. Here are the details

From The Tennessean:

A number of plans and approved industrial building projects in Wilson County are moving forward. Combined, the projects could bring thousands of jobs to the county.

Here’s a look at some of them:

Thermo Fisher Scientific: The first phase of construction of a 400,000-square-foot facility on Darrell Waltrip Drive is expected to be operational in the second quarter of 2022. About 400 jobs are initially expected and the project will ultimately have around 1,400
employees.

Chewy: The pet products company plans to open a regional e-commerce fulfillment cente at Couchville Pike and Maddox Road in Wilson County in the fall. The fulfillment center is expected to create 1,200 jobs.

Al. Neyer: Two new industrial buildings that total 411,150 square feet are planned for a 38-acre site in Lebanon near the intersection of Murfreesboro Road and Alligood Way. One building will be 175,950 square feet and the second 235,200 square feet, according to
developer and designer Al. Neyer. No tenant is announced.

Wilson County church construction: St. Philopateer, Love’s Way and Connect move forward on projects.

National Indoor RV Centers: A new 189,350-square-foot building to store luxury motor coach vehicles for owners so they are ready to be used when needed is expected to be finished in late 2022 or early 2023. The future National Indoor RV Centers building will be just west
of the Lebanon Outlets Mall at 1640 Old Murfreesboro Road, Lebanon, according to developer, designer and builder Al. Neyer. About 70 jobs paying an average of $72,400 annually are expected.

Walmart fulfillment center: A 925,000-square-foot automated fulfillment center projected to create 300 full-time jobs is targeted to open next fall at 1015 Hixson Blvd, Lebanon. The fulfillment center will support Walmart’s supply chain network and eCommerce business.

State Route 109 project: Granite REIT has purchased a three-building distribution facility campus that totals 509,250 square feet on Highway 109. Al. Neyer is the developer and builder. The site is being marketed to potential tenants. Across from American Wonder Porcelain and Kenwal, just south of Highway 70. Building sizes are 169,250 square feet, 165,000 square feet and 175,000 square feet.

Read from the Tennessean here.


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