MDH Partners has completed the Cedar Creek Distribution Center, a 224,900-square-foot speculative industrial building in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Cushman & Wakefield has been selected to market and lease the facility, with executive managing director David McGahren and managing director Doug Howard overseeing the listing.
Cedar Creek Distribution Center is available for lease by one or multiple users, and features a rear-loading configuration with 32-foot clear heights, 268-foot building depth, 48 dock doors and two drive-in loading doors on 17.04 acres.
The facility offers build-to-suit office opportunities, as well as 170 parking spaces and 60 trailer stalls. Located in close proximity to I-40, Cedar Creek Distribution Center offers easy access to Nashville’s central business district and Nashville International Airport. Other major industrial users in the area include Amazon, FedEx, Under Armour, XPO Logistics and CEVA Logistics.
Cushman & Wakefield and MDH Partners will officially open the project to the market on May 13, welcoming the Nashville brokerage community to an on-site luncheon event featuring Nashville’s own Loveless Café.
Continuing its leadership in sustainability, MDH Partners constructed Cedar Creek Distribution Center using CarbonCure-based concrete. The CarbonCure technology introduces post-industrial carbon dioxide into concrete, yielding a low carbon concrete that provides, on average, a 4 to 6 percent reduction to the Global Warming Potential.
Over the course of the project, the use of the CarbonCure-based mixes yielded an estimated 140,000 pounds in carbon savings, which is equivalent to 82 acres of forested land for a one-year period or 156,000 miles driven. MDH Partners is among the first industrial developers to adopt CarbonCure-based concrete.