Al. Neyer to Deliver 1.5 MSF Industrial Development in Metro Nashville

by Camren Skelton

LEBANON, TENN. — Al. Neyer has unveiled plans to develop Cedar Farms, a Class A industrial development in Lebanon, roughly 30 miles east of Nashville. The development will include two speculative buildings totaling more than 1.5 million square feet, located on 103 acres near the Couchville Pike and Interstate 840 interchange. The first phase of the project will include a 902,000-square-foot speculative building and a second pad for a facility spanning up to 600,000 square feet. New York Life Real Estate Investors is an equity investor in the project, which is the firm’s second partnership with Al. Neyer. The partnership’s other venture is Mallory Green, a 175,000-square-foot office building under construction nearby in Franklin. Cedar Farms will feature 36-foot clear heights and LED lighting in 70-foot speed bays. Construction on Phase I will begin this month, with completion slated for late 2018. Doug McDowell and Jeb Atkinson of ProVenture will represent Al. Neyer in the project’s leasing assignment.

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