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The Annex

About the Property

With More Than 930 Auto Suppliers and the Lowest Tax Burden in the Nation, Tennessee is the Beating Heart of the Southern Automotive Corridor. Tennessee has been Business Facilities magazine’s top state in automotive manufacturing strength for five of the last six years, thanks in large part to our highly trained workforce and their unwavering commitment to excellence. Tennessee’s automotive manufacturing cluster includes three major assembly plants and automotive operations in 88 of 95 counties. Nissan’s North American headquarters is in Franklin, and its plant in Smyrna is the most productive in North America. With General Motors in Spring Hill and Volkswagen in Chattanooga, Tennessee continues to invest in training for the state’s high concentration of automotive employment, a number that’s 3.4 times the national average. Transportation equipment is Tennessee’s top export – accounting for 23.3% of Tennessee’s total exports. In 2015, 6.3 percent of all U.S.-made cars, light trucks and SUVs were produced in Tennessee. Automotive-related manufacturers in Tennessee include Hankook Tire, Bridgestone Americas, Calsonic Kansei, Magneti Marelli, SL Tennessee, Denso Manufacturing, Yorozu Automotive, Alcoa, Dupont and M-Tek  Join these and other famous names in automotive manufacturing to get on the road to greater success. - See more at: http://www.densocorp-na-dmtn.com/ http://www.carlex.com/about.php http://www.jtekt-na.com/ http://www.tnecd.com/industries/automotive/ http://www.sl-america.com/ http://www.volkswagengroupamerica.com/facts.htm l http://nissan-smyrna.com/ http://www.tnecd.com/industries/automotive/#sthas h.xJj7hoHg.dpuf

Covenant For Property

There are Restrictions to the Industrial Park Click the Link Below to Review Them  
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In 1987, a 270 x 100 ft. building was built in the Madisonville Industrial Park near the front of the 7 acre property.  The manufacturing/warehouse building is masonry front, metal sides and back, metal roof, interior steel perimeter columns supporting girders to provide 3 partitioned areas without interior supports. Interior eave height of 11 ft. and maximum 13 ft height.  One area is air conditioned with separate 200 amp 3 phase electric. The other 2 areas share a 600 amp 3 phase electric. Loading docks are located at both ends. An additional 16x120 ft. front, air conditioned office area includes 4 private office areas, one with private entrance, two with private restrooms, conference room, kitchen/ break room area, men’s and women’s restrooms. In 2013, truck access and a drainage detention area were added to the site, new lighting and air conditioning to a production area and a number of improvements were made to the office areas. In 2017 the office air conditioning was replaced. Warehouse lighting was renewed. The Industrial Park has restrictive covenants to limit the amount of dust, fumes, odors, smoke or noise. The building is currently leased but could be made available for new owners.
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© Copyright 2017
The Annex

About the

Property

With More Than 930 Auto Suppliers and the Lowest Tax Burden in the Nation, Tennessee is the Beating Heart of the Southern Automotive Corridor. Tennessee has been Business Facilities magazine’s top state in automotive manufacturing strength for five of the last six years, thanks in large part to our highly trained workforce and their unwavering commitment to excellence. Tennessee’s automotive manufacturing cluster includes three major assembly plants and automotive operations in 88 of 95 counties. Nissan’s North American headquarters is in Franklin, and its plant in Smyrna is the most productive in North America. With General Motors in Spring Hill and Volkswagen in Chattanooga, Tennessee continues to invest in training for the state’s high concentration of automotive employment, a number that’s 3.4 times the national average. Transportation equipment is Tennessee’s top export – accounting for 23.3% of Tennessee’s total exports. In 2015, 6.3 percent of all U.S.-made cars, light trucks and SUVs were produced in Tennessee. Automotive-related manufacturers in Tennessee include Hankook Tire, Bridgestone Americas, Calsonic Kansei, Magneti Marelli, SL Tennessee, Denso Manufacturing, Yorozu Automotive, Alcoa, Dupont and M-Tek  Join these and other famous names in automotive manufacturing to get on the road to greater success. - See more at: http://www.densocorp-na-dmtn.com/ http://www.carlex.com/about.php http://www.jtekt-na.com/ http://www.tnecd.com/industries/automotive/ http://www.sl-america.com/ http://www.volkswagengroupamerica.com/facts.html http://nissan-smyrna.com/ http://www.tnecd.com/industries/automotive/#sthash.x Jj7hoHg.dpuf

Covenant For Property

There are Restrictions to the Industrial Park Click the Link Below to Review Them  
More Info
In 1987, a 270 x 100 ft. building was built in the Madisonville Industrial Park near the front of the 7 acre property.  The manufacturing/warehouse building is masonry front, metal sides and back, metal roof, interior steel perimeter columns supporting girders to provide 3 partitioned areas without interior supports. Interior eave height of 11 ft. and maximum 13 ft height.  One area is air conditioned with separate 200 amp 3 phase electric. The other 2 areas share a 600 amp 3 phase electric. Loading docks are located at both ends. An additional 16x120 ft. front, air conditioned office area includes 4 private office areas, one with private entrance, two with private restrooms, conference room, kitchen/ breakroom area, men’s and women’s restrooms. In 2013, truck access and a drainage detention area were added to the site, new lighting and air conditioning to a production area and a number of improvements were made to the office areas. The Industrial Park has restrictive covenants to limit the amount of dust, fumes, odors, smoke or noise. The building is currently leased but could be made available for new owners.