What's going on here ....
What It Is: First set of buildings offering wide range of space and application options for office and industrial tenants rising from a nearly 50-acre site at the southern edge of Huntersville, near I-485.
At the Huntersville town board’s annual planning and budget retreat earlier this year, Lake Norman Economic Development Executive Director Ryan McDaniels talked about the evolving nature of corporate demand for flexible and available working space.
And as part of the budget-focused discussion highlighting the importance of maintaining and expanding the tax-base footprint of businesses and industries, McDaniels specifically referenced the under-construction Bryton Commerce Center as the type of facility destined to make the region an attractive destination for a wide range of ventures.
The project, on two parcels along Bryton Corporate Center Parkway east of the Frankie’s amusement center and Walmart retail center, is the newest piece taking shape in the mixed-used 500-acre Bryton development in the northeast quadrant of the N.C. 115/Eastfield Road intersection.
The first three buildings in Foundry Commercial’s planned six-building, 700,000-square-foot complex are under construction. The buildings are marketed as warehouse/distribution flex space and are expected to attract a collection of manufacturing, light-industrial, research and development, and corporate office uses.
The concept will provide interior configuration flexibility to meet specific tenant needs. Lease space options will range from 10,000 square feet up to 250,000 square feet, according to the Foundry’s marketing materials.
Complete details about the facility are available at www.foundrycommercial.com.