Charlotte County Economic Development | 18501 Murdock Circle, Suite 302 | Port Charlotte, Florida 33948 | Phone: 1-941-764-4941 | Fax: 1-941-764-4947 | Email: FloridaEDO@charlottefl.com
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Spec Building

Your build-to-suit, build-to-succeed facility.

In a fast-moving world, it’s the speed and quality you need: Just say yes, and you’re ready for takeoff with this fully featured, superbly functional spec building, pre-permitted and customizable to your needs, accommodating floor plans from 10,000 to 100,000 sq. ft. An outstanding selection of certified sites—all with infrastructure and permitting in place, and pads ready to build—streamlines your decision. Your operation is up fast here and out fast: All sites provide excellent access to I-75 for accelerated logistics and transportation. Plus, attractive land prices, low tax rates and an abundant, affordable workforce will have your team moving at top speed on the path to productivity and bottom-line profitability.
 


Building Features:

  • Pre-permitted spec building, fully featured and highly functional
  • Sleek, customizable design accommodating 10,000 to 100,000 sq. ft.
  • Build-to-suit, build-to-succeed
  • Immediate access to I-75; frontage available
  • Easy access to three international airports
  • 28’ Clear ceiling height
  • Dock-high loading
  • Five (5) docks with up to five (5) additional doors possible
  • Three (3) drive-in doors, 12’ x 14’
  • 130’ truck court with 60’ apron
  • 50’ x 50’ column spacing with 60’ speed bays
  • Energy-efficient T5 lighting
  • ESFR sprinkler system

 

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