Production/Warehouse /Distribution Facility
310 Flint Drive
Mount Sterling, KY 40353
- Building Size: +/-385,000 SF
- Office Area: +/-20,000 SF
- Primary warehouse/distribution: +/-158,800 SF (Clear Height: 34’ minimum) with 40' x 38' column spacing and 7 dock doors available; Existing lease expires 12/31/2020
- CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE FOR SUBLEASE - High Bay/Secondary Production: +/-115,000 SF (Clear Height: 38’ – 42’) with 60' x 40' column spacing
- This property may be eligible to benefit from incentives for investing in Opportunity Zones - to learn more visit http://www.thinkkentucky.com/OZ/
- Doors: 7 dock
- Sprinkler: Wet System
- Power: 10,000 amps
- Lighting: T5 Fluorescent
- Parking: 275 parking spaces
- Rental Rate: $2.50 PSF NNN plus utilities
- NNN's estimated to be $0.35 PSF
NAI Isaac is pleased to present a sublease opportunity available in a +/-385,000 SF former production/warehouse/distribution facility on +/-43.4 acres. The building includes +/-11,200 SF office space and +/-158,800 SF warehouse/distribution space with a clear ceiling height of 34’ minimum, 7 dock doors and heavy power available for sublease. The rear +/-115,000 SF high bay expansion area with clear ceiling height of +/-38'-44' is not available to sublease at this time. This property may be eligible to benefit from incentives for investing in Opportunity Zones - to learn more visit http://www.thinkkentucky.com/OZ/.
Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, is located on I-64 just 29 miles east of Lexington, offers a combination of big city amenities and rural community advantages. Strong work ethic, moderate land and building prices, labor availability and low turnover rates are indicative of a rural community.
Services such as commercial air travel, universities, performing arts, fine restaurants, industrial services and supplies, and endless shipping are available within a short distance. This combination makes Mount Sterling a logical choice for your business.
It is the economic engine for this Central Kentucky region as noted by Site Selection magazine, recently placing the community as a top ten Micropolitan community in Kentucky. This is due to the growth and capital investment made in the community.