Phase I of Mid85 industrial park breaks ground in South Carolina

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Ther Mid85 industrial park development in Spartanburg, South Carolina, is spearheaded by the full-service construction firm, Frampton Construction Company. The developer is also working with Greystar Real Estate, a company specializing in investment, development, and management of high-quality real estate. Recently, they broke ground on the first phase of the new industrial project, which will feature two speculative warehouse facilities.

Frampton Construction’s CEO, Chad Frampton pointed out that Spartanburg was a prime location for the Mid85 industrial park. Especially since, an expansion of Inland Port Greer is currently underway. Frampton also said his company was excited to have an opportunity to collaborate with Greystar on this significant industrial park.

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The Mid85 industrial park development is taking place at a convenient location which is just off Interstate-85. Therefore, it offers future tenants easy commutes to Inland Port Greer, I-85/I-26 interchange as well as the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport.

Development plans for phase I of the Mid85 industrial park

The developers will complete the  industrial park in two phases and the first phase will feature two speculative warehouse facilities. The buildings’ designs will integrate tilt-up concrete wall panels and structural steel frames. Additionally, both buildings will occupy 1.2 million square feet in total.

Mid85 industrial park’s first building for phase I will span across 277,648 square feet. It will feature amenities such as rear-load layout, 32’ clear height, 58 dock doors, including spaces for 78 trailers. However, the second building will occupy 917,694 square feet. This warehouse facility will have a cross-dock layout with 88 dock doors, 40’ clear height, and 201 parking spots.

McMillan Pazdan Smith handled the designs for the first two warehousing facilities at the Mid85 industrial park. While SeamonWhiteside is the project’s civil engineer and WGPM, Inc., is serving as the structural engineer. JLL will handle all necessary leasing arrangements for the industrial park. The development team expects the project to reach completion by October 2024.

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