Highway 257 Dublin, GA 31021

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Other Land
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Apr 27, 2020


NO WETLANDS/FLOODPLAIN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE. Site is 126 acres and can be subdivided. Approximately 12 acres in an odd shaped piece along I:16 along the on-ramp. Site has frontage of approximately 27 acres on highway 257 across from Love’s Gas Station. The remaining approximate 87 acres is located in the rear of the property. According to Laurens County all utilities are available to the site. Site is dry and generally flat. Site is suitable for commercial development along the frontage and industrial along the back. This property is located minutes 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 in Dublin GA halfway between Atlanta GA and the port of Savannah GA. Site is located primarily in an industrial part of town. Ideal for a truck stop along the frontage or gas station of some type. Retail would do well on frontage. Odd shaped would work for any type of use and the remainder of site is ideal for industrial development. 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.

Lot Size: 126.31 acres

Map of Highway 257, Dublin, GA, 31021

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