Industrial Building Available

539 Tribal Road Blacksburg, SC 29702

FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Factory
Last Verified:
Nov 15, 2019

Highlights

  • Approximately 49,600 sq.ft one single story industrial building
  • Ceiling heights: 29' at the eaves, 30'9" at the center
  • Column spacing: 33'6" x 50'
  • Insulated concrete tilt walls, Four-ply built up roof and 6" reinforced concrete floors
  • Over insulated metal deck
  • 100% covered with a wet system sprinkler
  • Four 9’ x 10’ manual dock-high doors with edge of dock levelers, seals and lights. One 16’ x 165’ covered and sprinkled continuous dock with a pit leveler. One 12’ x 12’ drive in door
  • Office heated and cooled; Warehouse heated via suspended gas fired ceiling units
  • Fenced perimeter, swipe badge access and cameras
  • Excess land available for trailer parking or building expansion
  • All utilities including water, sewer, power and natural gas

Description

Approximately 49,600 sq.ft one single story industrial building that fronts on Interstate 85 at Exit 104, approximately 35 miles west of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport and 48 miles northeast of the Greenville / Spartanburg Airport

The facility fronts on Interstate 85 at Exit 104, approximately 35 miles west of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport and 48 miles northeast of the Greenville / Spartanburg Airport


Year Built: 1987
Building Size: 49600.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

Units for Lease

359 Tribal Road
Space Available: 49600 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $3.5

Map of 539 Tribal Road, Blacksburg, SC, 29702

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