Crow Holdings Breaks Ground on Two Industrial Buildings in Atlanta, Northeast Georgia
The 135,000-square-foot Southside Logistics Center is located roughly three miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. (Photo courtesy of Lee & Associates)
ATLANTA AND JEFFERSON, GA. — Crow Holdings Industrial (CHI), the industrial development affiliate of Dallas-based Crow Holdings, has broken ground on two industrial buildings in Atlanta and northeast Georgia. In Atlanta, the firm is constructing Southside Logistics Center, a 135,000-square-foot building located roughly three miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The building features 30-foot clear heights, 52-by-52-foot column spacing, 224 parking spaces and an ESFR sprinkler system. Mike Sutter and Rick Tumlin of Lee & Associates are handling the building’s leasing assignment. In Jefferson, roughly 60 miles northeast of Atlanta in Jackson County, CHI is underway on New Salem 85 Logistics Center. The cross-dock building totals 636,000 square feet and will feature up to 239 trailer spaces. Located less than a mile from Interstate 85, the building is suited for distribution and fulfillment users. Wit Truitt and Bob Currie of JLL are handling the property’s leasing assignment. In addition to the two new developments, CHI is also underway on Royal 85 Business Center in Union City, roughly eight miles from the Atlanta airport, and Braselton Point Logistics Center in the northeast Georgia city of Braselton. Once completed, CHI will have developed more than 1.5 million square feet of industrial space across four sites in the greater Atlanta area.