Atlanta Firm to Build 3.5 Million-Square-Foot Class A Facility in North Mississippi

Reporter: Meagan Nichols

An Atlanta-based commercial real estate development and investment company plans to enter the Memphis market via a new, Class A distribution and industrial space in North Mississippi.

Ridgeline Property Group (RPG) announced it will build up to 3.5 million square feet of space on a 328-acre site in Marshall County. The facility will be called I-269 Logistics Center due to its location at Goodman Road and the southeast corner of the I-269 beltway.

The land is owned by Mississippi Land Holdings LLC, which, according to a press release is a “special vehicle owned by the CK Pearl Family of funds managed by Crestline-Kirchner LP.” The development will be a joint venture between RPG and the property owner. Crestline-Kirchner is headquartered in Fort Worth.

“Memphis, one of the strongest industrial markets in the U.S., is experiencing extremely strong demand for Class A industrial space, but bulk space is currently in very short supply,” said Greg Thurman, CEO of Ridgeline Property Group. “I-269 Logistics Center will answer this need, providing e-commerce and other operators the modern, efficient distribution space they require.”

Dave Curran and Matt Weathersby with Cushman & Wakefield/Commercial Advisors will handle the leasing for I-269 Logistics Center.

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