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Liberty Point Industrial Park now underway November 2020
Liberty Point Industrial Park now underway
November 2020

In late 2021, the Liberty Point Industrial Park will be open for lease in Cumberland County. This development is an exciting addition to the Cumberland County community, displaying the readiness and capabilities of the area.

The Specs:

  • Class A industrial development.
  • Located at exit 41 off I-95 on Corporate Parkway along the Interstate.
  • 174,960 square feet of building under construction.
  • Over 1.1 million square feet of planned development.
  • Space available from 40,000 and up.
  • Customizable, build-to-suit.
  • 142.15-acre site.
  • $4.85 per square foot triple net new lease.

“The project demonstrates how Cumberland County is on the rise and stepping up as a dynamic location for investors,” said Natalie Johnson, Director of Marketing at the Fayetteville Economic Development Corporation.

“The project demonstrates how Cumberland County is on the rise and stepping up as a dynamic location for investors.”

The Liberty Point Industrial Park is ideally located in close proximity to multiple ports, an international airport, and Fort Bragg, which is the largest military installation by population in the world. In addition, the county has its own regional airport.

Johnson described the types of business that would prosper, ”Advanced manufacturing or distribution operations would be great for Liberty Point because of its location on I-95, allowing for easy access to consumers. Defense contractors would also do well in this development due to Fort Bragg’s proximity. The surrounding acreage, proposed building sizes, and multiple pads make it great for businesses looking to build corporate campuses.”

As new businesses move into the space, hundreds of new jobs will become available for Cumberland County residents.

South River EMC worked with Liberty Point One LLC, one of the developers of the project, to secure financing. The Cooperative made a $1 million economic development loan to Liberty Point One to go toward grading and site work.

This will lay the groundwork for the construction of three of the large concrete pads upon which industrial buildings will be constructed.

The project is intended to generate economic development and spur new business ventures in Cumberland County, impacting surrounding areas.

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