The Trade at Savannah Quarters®: Now Pre-Leasing

Blue Moon Crossing Pooler, GA 31322

Blue Moon Crossing, Pooler, GA, 31322
Blue Moon Crossing, Pooler, GA, 31322
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jan 26, 2021


  • Pre-Leasing Up To ±20,998 SF of Office Space
  • Class A Two-Story Building
  • ±1,200 SF to ±10,499 SF Per Floor
  • Numerous Upgrades & Finishes
  • Anticipated Delivery in 2021
  • Located in the Village at Savannah Quarters®


SVN is pleased to offer up to ±20,998 square feet of office space for lease at the Trade at Savannah Quarters®. This Class A two-story building will be delivered in 2021 in increments of ±1,200 square feet, and will include numerous upgrades and finishes.

The property is located on the outskirts of Savannah in Chatham County near the I-16/Pooler Parkway interchange and is located 5 miles west of the I-95/ Pooler Parkway (South Godley Station) interchange and 11 miles from Historic Downtown Savannah. The location is within the Savannah Quarters® PUD, which is a 2,588 acre master-planned development that was initially planned by Greg Norman’s Medallist Developments and is currently being developed by Freehold Capital Management, a fully integrated real estate investment and development firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Year Built: 2021
Building Size: 20998sq ft
Building Class: A
Lot Size: 1.97 acres

Units for Lease

1st Floor
Space Available: 10499 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $22.0
2nd Floor
Space Available: 10499 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Year: $22.0

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