I:16 Heavy Industrial Site

2647 Highway 257 Dublin, GA 31021

2647 Highway 257, Dublin, GA, 31021
2647 Highway 257, Dublin, GA, 31021
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Apr 27, 2020


50 acre heavy industrial site. Ideal for distribution or manufacturing use. All utilities available. Price just reduced to $15,000 per acre. Located at corner of Highway 257 and Highway 441 Bypass. Site has no wetlands or floodplain. Sites topography is ideal for development. Being located halfway between Atlanta and Savannah with direct access to major highways and interstates, two international airports, and the fastest-growing port in North America, the benefits of a Dublin-Laurens located business or industry are plentiful. This strategic location provides the ability to transport goods and materials to 80% of the consumer market in the Unites States in less than a 2-hour plane ride, or a 48-hour truck drive. This property is located directly across from the Laurens County Highway 257 Rail Site - a 331 acre site that will allow for rail access for nearby manufacturing and distribution facilities across Laurens County and Middle Georgia.

Located just off of I-16 between Savannah and Atlanta, GA. Dublin is home to YKK, WestRock, Parker aerospace, and Flexsteel Industries. Several companies have large distribution facilities including Freds Distribution, Farmers Home Furniture, and Best Buy. Distribution use is ideal given the proximity to the Port of Savannah as well as good interstate access to Atlanta, GA, Macon, and Jacksonville, FL.

Lot Size: 50.23 acres

Map of 2647 Highway 257, Dublin, GA, 31021

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