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Groundbreaking planned for $80M industrial park in Flat Rock

Blue Ridge Commerce Center, an $80 million industrial park planned in Flat Rock, will break ground this week.

The official ceremony will take place at 11:30 am on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 337 McMurray Road.

The project includes four buildings and 654,216 square feet of Class A industrial/warehouse development on 65 acres, according to a news release from Oppidan Investment Company, the Minneapolis-based developer of the project.

Construction is expected to be completed in late summer of 2023.

NAI Beverly-Hanks closed on a 65.31-acre tract of land in Flat Rock with prime frontage on Interstate 26 on June 17. The land sold for over $8.7 million and was originally priced at $9.3 million.

“We are excited to bring Henderson County and the (city) of Hendersonville a Class A Industrial Park. This property was prime for development and the demand drivers of the area, with its continued population growth, labor and connectivity, made it an easy decision for us to invest here,” said Tim Brent, Oppidan Executive Vice President, Southeast. “We’ve designed very flexible buildings to be able to accommodate a wide variety of users and tenant sizes and we’re excited to bring that variety of industry, jobs and tax base to the city and county.”

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