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Two buildings, 327 acres available in Lake Martin park

Published 4:29pm Monday, April 4, 2011

The Lake Martin Regional Industrial Park is located on 327 acres in Kellyton, just a few miles west of Alexander City.
“We’ve got four lots available of 10 acres each with utilities and all the infrastructure in place,” said Don McClellan, executive director of the Lake Martin Area Economic Development Alliance.
“Also, we have 231 acres undeveloped that could be one tract for the right tenant or broken into different lots as needed.”
There are two buildings available in the park now.
A 60,000 square foot speculative building with ceiling height of 28-32 feet has utilities and is accessible from the existing roadway.
A 10,000 square foot finished building, formerly a call center, has standard utilities and redundant electrical infrastructure (generator) as well as fiber optics.
“We’ve got a half million gallon water tank on site and a package sewer plant that can handle 35,000 gallons per day,” McClellan said. “The four-lane access road to the park is built for truck traffic.
“There’s pond and fountain at the park entrance that creates a beautiful  entryway. You don’t normally have a pond at the entrance of an industrial park, and it helps identify the park from Highway 280.”
Plans are in the works to continue beautifying the entranceway during 2011 with brick paving and landscaping, including adding trees and signage for the companies located in the park.
“The park is strategically located between Honda, Hyundai and Kia, which makes it an ideal location for automotive suppliers,” McClellan said.
The Lake Martin Industrial Park is a cooperative venture between the City of Alexander City and Coosa County. Local governments, in partnership with the Lake Martin Area Economic Development Alliance, have designed and installed the park’s infrastructure includes utilities, roadway, industrial water tank capacity, necessary lot grading and an onsite package wastewater plant.

The Specs
Highway 280 & McClellan Parkway
Kellyton, AL  35089
Sited in Coosa County
Latitude      32.97153
Longitude     -86.03163
Park Acreage
Total Acres        327
Available Acres    271
Developed tracts    4
Smallest tract        10
Largest tract        231

Available Buildings
60,000 sq. ft. speculative building on 10 acres, with another 30 acres available.
10,000 sq. ft. former call center on 8 acres.
Park Infrastructure on Site
Water tank – 500,000 gal.
Water line – 12-inch
Sewer line – 8-inch
Gas line – 4-inch
Internal roadway in place

Utility Providers
Electricity – Alabama Power Co.
Gas – City of Alexander City
Water – City of Alexander City
Waste Water – City of Alexander City

n Located on U.S. 280 (4-lane)
n Local airport 5 miles away, with 5,417 foot runway to accommodate corporate jet traffic
n 47 miles to Interstate 85
n 55 miles to Interstate 65
n 147 miles to Atlanta
n 54 miles to Montgomery
n 73 miles to Birmingham

Current Tenants
A&E Metal (Roofing)
E-Green Technology (Airships)

For more information call
Don McClellan, 256-215-4411

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