Greywolf Industrial I

3819 John Wall Dr. Madison, WI 53704

FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Factory
Last Verified:
Aug 10, 2020

Highlights

  • 132 car stalls (expandable)
  • Office space built to suit
  • Clear Height 32'
  • Decorative precast panel construction
  • 50'x50' column spacing with 60' speed bay
  • ESFR fire protection system
  • LED lighting interior & exterior
  • 22 exterior loading dock doors (expandable)
  • Four drive-in doors (12'x14')
  • 2,000 amp 480/277 volt electrical service
  • Ballasted EPDM roof with R-25 value
  • Trailer parking available
  • Car parking expandable
  • 7" concrete floors

Description

138,802 square foot speculative industrial building located in the city of Madison’s Center for Industry & Commerce business park.

Greywolf Partners is pleased to offer our brand new 138,802 square foot speculative industrial building located in the city of Madison’s Center for Industry & Commerce business park. This state-of-the-art building is ideal for warehouse/distribution, manufacturing, assembly, and R&D uses.


Year Built: 2019
Building Size: 138802.0sq ft
Lot Size: 9.4 acres

Units for Lease

3819 John Wall Dr.
Space Available: 138802 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $6.25

Map of 3819 John Wall Dr. , Madison, WI, 53704

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