Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer has listed the 36-acre Judson Mill property in Greenville for sale.
Currently owned by Milliken & Company, Judson Mill’s location along Highway 123 and proximity to the central business district offers an exciting opportunity to revitalize a unique property, said Brian J. Young, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer senior vice president and managing broker.
Milliken announced earlier this year it would be shutting down the 200-employee Judson Plant starting in April in an effort to “reposition manufacturing assets and modernize operations for continued growth,” according to the company.
The property is currently zoned as industrial, but Young said he envisions the property will probably become a different type of use, possibly as mixed-use or retail, and would need to be rezoned.
South Carolina Textiles Communities Revitalization Act tax credits and New Market Tax Credits will likely be available for the property.
“Our team is excited to identify a buyer that can have a significant impact on the surrounding community while providing new retail potential for residents downtown and commuters along Highway 123 coming in from Easley and Clemson,” said Young. “This is a unique site given its size and relative location to downtown Greenville. They are very difficult to find.”
Address: 701 Easley Bridge Road (Highway 123)
Property size: Approx. 36.5 acres
Buildings? Currently there is over 800,000 square feet of manufacturing production space
Asking price: $8,500,000
Broker: Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer. Brian Young, Charlie Whitmire and Laura Harmon are the listing team.