Present Land Use: vacant/Zoning: MP – Master Plan /GP Designation: Light Industrial (LI)
The future use is anticipated to be a beverage distribution facility that generates 132 truck trips per day, and 530 passenger vehicle trips per day. The parking area is designed with 251 car parking stalls, and 56 trailer stalls. The operational business will provide beverage (beer and Coca Cola drink products) distribution to local area retailers. The facility will provide temporary warehousing of beverage products, office administration of warehouse on site, and truck maintenance on site. The facility will be a 295,176 sf-sf tilt up concrete building with 40 truck docks, and 3 bay truck maintenance facility. The building use is broken into 270,176 sf for warehouse space, and 25,000 sf for office space. The footprint of the building is 280,983-sf, with 14,193 sf of the second level.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 295176, Acres 16.02, Employees 530)
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