Elevated Finishes & Infrastructure
Designed for the high-volume production of thermally-processed shelf-stable foods, this single-story, 135,000 SF has a rare inventory of finishes and infrastructure, with great value to food and non-food processors alike.
While too numerous to catalog fully here, amenities include dual gas-fired boilers, extensive compressed air capacity with intra-plant distribution, double-tee concrete, masonry, and metal walls with ceiling heights to 32’, production-area sanitary wash-down floors and effluent pre-treatment, and 4,000 amp power.
When in operation the facility conformed to the highest public and private food-safety standards, accommodating a workforce of over 150 non-union employees.
The Plymouth facility was closed as part of a larger restructuring; as such, ownership is uniquely motivated to structure a sale and close as soon as possible. With immediate availability, taxes of less than $0.42 SF, potential incentives through Marshall County, plus a floor and site layout conducive to multiple single-or-multi tenant uses, this facility presents a rare opportunity to acquire significant capacity and land at highly discounted pricing.
Additionally, though designed for special-purpose food production, the layout, ceiling clearances, utility infrastructure, and expandability support any industrial reuse, from metal fabricating to plastics assembly to simply warehousing. And in this connection, the potential “strike” price allows for substantial rehabbing of, or modifications to, the existing structures, again underwriting an entry below market.
For more information, please contact either of the agents listed below:
Jeffrey J. Counsell
D +1 561 563 8907
M +1 312 589 8844
Bill Kuhns, SIOR, CERS
D +1 574 296 1303
M +1 574 536 0253