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Nicholas Plaza

1021 Pine Plaza Drive, Apex, North Carolina 27523

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1.31Acres

 

  • Located on Hwy 64 near the intersection of Hwy 64 and Laura Duncan
  • 250,000 SF Power center anchored by Costco and Academy Sports
  • Excellent visibility to the traffic on Hwy 64
  • Surrounded by dense residential developments in one of the most affluent
    areas of Wake County
  • Traffic counts: 38,000 VPD on Hwy 64

AVAILABILITY

  • OP2 - 1.305 Acres
 

Westgate Mall

205 W. Blackstock Rd., Spartanburg, South Carolina

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187,351Sqft

The site is part of the Westgate Mall which sits at W. Blackstock Rd. and WO Ezell Blvd with close proximity to I-26. All major retail is centered around the Westgate Mall with pockets of retail east of the mall on Main St. Solid growth and income make this trade area strong, with new development in the area, majority of which is multifamily. Some big box retailers have considered the trade area, such as Dick’s Sporting Goods and Burlington, but lack of available sites has made the challenge more difficult, making this a strong opportunity for retail development.

 

Anderson Mall

3131 N. Main St., Anderson, South Carolina

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94,140Sqft

Site is part of the Anderson Mall and located on the southern area of the main retail corridor, which falls along N. Main St. The Mall is currently owned by Washington Prime REIT. The box has limited presence to the street and would be a great redevelopment site as it is located in the retail core.

N. Main St: 24,000 VPD
Martin Luther King Blvd: 13,700 VPD

 

N. New Hope Rd. & E. Franklin Blvd.

N. New Hope Rd. & E. Franklin Blvd., Gastonia, North Carolina 28054

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2.35Acres
  • +/- 2.35 Acres Available
  • Prime site for development
  • Property can be sub-divided
  • Located directly across from Eastridge Mall in Gastonia
  • Proposed Wendy’s planned at corner
  • Surrounding retailers include Rugged Warehouse, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Tuesday Morning, Eastridge Mall, Belk, Dillard’s, Conn’s, Gabes, Hamrick’s, Planet Fitness, McDonald’s, etc.
  • Zoned Commercial
  • E. Franklin Blvd. - 25,000 VPD
  • New Hope Rd. - 24,000 VPD
 

Ft. Mill Hwy 160 & Len Patterson Outparcel

2314 Len Patterson Rd., Fort Mill, South Carolina 29708

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1Acres
  • ± 1 Acre Available for Build-to-Suit, Ground Lease, or Sale
  • Great visibility located off Highway 160, Ft. Mill’s main retail corridor
  • Outparcel possibility next to Mills Crossing, Earth Fare and Pet Supplies Plus
  • Over 30,000 vehicles travel this route daily in one of South Carolina’s fastest growing markets
  • Potential site for automotive or daycare uses
 

Rosewood Centre Outparcels

190 Rosewood Centre Drive, Holly Springs, North Carolina 27540

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4.84Acres

AVAILABILITY

  • 1.59 Acres for Sale - Pad-ready, Zoning LB
  • 3.25 Acres for Sale - Pad-ready, Zoning CB

PROPERTY DETAILS

  • No Stormwater Pond Required
  • Located between in Uptown Holly Springs
  • 1 Mile north of  Ting Park, Holly Springs’ athletic complex
  • Parcels front Business Hwy. 55
  • Neighboring tenants include Role Model Software Company, Holly Springs Family Dentistry,
    Vineyard Church of Holly Springs, Pine Springs Charter School, Pirouette Dance Academy,
    Kiddie Academy Educational Child Care, and a restaurant (coming soon)

MARKET DETAILS

Established in 1877, The Town of Holly Springs is located in the southwest region of
Wake County between Apex and Fuquay-Varina. Once described as a “deserted village”
at the end of the Civil War, the town has grown rapidly in recent years with the population
increasing from 1,000 in 1990 to 25,000 present day. Close proximity to the famed
“Research Triangle Park”, North Carolina’s dominate economic engine, has only added to
Holly Springs’s appeal as a home for transplants and natives alike.

Holly Springs has numerous cultural and recreational facilities including the Holly Springs
Library & Cultural Arts Center, Hunt Recreation Center, Bass Lake Park and Ting Park. There
are 7 public schools in Holly Springs, all which are part of the Wake County School System.
In 2012, Holly Springs High School was recognized as “one of the best public high schools in
the United States” by the Washington Post.

Many businesses have facilities in Holly Springs. Seqirus, a flu vaccine manufacturer, is the
town’s largest employer. Other major employers include GMA Supply, OFM, Inc., Rovisys,
Pierce Group Benefits and Rex Healthcare.

 

2129 Avent Ferry Road Land

2129 Avent Ferry Road, Holly Springs, North Carolina 27562

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10.43Acres
  • 10.43 Acres Available for Sale
  • Can be combined with adjoining parcels for 61.57 acres
  • 21.12 Acre parcel sold separately from the 61.57 acres
  • 10.43 Acre parcel sold separately
  • Zoned R-30
  • Situated between several new developments including Holly Pointe, Stonemont, and The Mills at Avent Ferry
  • Convenient to the town\'s dominate shopping centers:
    Southpark Center - 1.6 miles from this Harris Teeter anchored center
    Holly Springs Towne Center - 15.3 miles from this Target anchored center
    Shoppes at Holly Springs - 1.6 miles from this Walmart anchored center
  • Traffic counts: 11,000 VPD on Avent Ferry Rd
 

Mebane Land

1243 Broadwood Acres Rd, Mebane, North Carolina

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2.82Acres
  • Diagonal from Tanger Outlets
  • 2.82 Acres perfect for a Hotel or Retail
  • I-40/I-85 - 100,000 VPD
  • Mebane Oaks Rd. - 25,000 VPD
 
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