CRG continues Upstate push, begins sitework on new ±2.35-million-square-foot Cubes project
With more than 2.7 million square feet completed and successfully leased in the Greenville-Spartanburg market, developer CRG has set its sights on a new industrial development park in Spartanburg County, The Cubes at Fort Prince. The park, located at 1460 Fort Prince Boulevard in Spartanburg, consists of multiple proposed speculative buildings which together represent ±2.35 million square feet of industrial construction potential. CRG purchased the ±186-acre site on the up-and-coming Fort Prince industrial corridor in August and has already begun initial site work for Phase I of Building A (±500,940 square feet expandable to ±1.5 million square feet).
The Colliers team of Garrett Scott, John Montgomery and Brockton Hall have been the exclusive brokerage and advisory partner of CRG for more than five years and have advised the company through planning, development and leasing of one of the largest industrial parks in the Upstate, 2.7-million-square-foot The Cubes at Inland 85. The Colliers team will continue working with CRG to plan, market and lease the Cubes at Fort Prince.