Coastal Logistics Group Signs Long-Term Lease

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CenterPoint Properties announced today that Coastal Logistics Group, Inc. has signed a long-term lease for a 320,000 square feet rail served facility at CenterPoint Intermodal Center-Savannah (CIC-Savannah). Coastal Logistics Group, Inc. (CLG) is the first build-to-suit for the 233-acre intermodal center located just 4 miles from the Georgia Port Authority. CLG is looking forward to locating its corporate headquarters in CIC-Savannah allowing this Savannah based company to continue to expand their warehouse space and service offerings.

The new facility at CIC-Savannah is located minutes from I-95 and I-16 providing an optimal location for CLG’s customers. In addition, the new location will also have direct access to the Norfolk Southern rail service and Norfolk Southern Dillard Intermodal Yard which will allow for world-class transportation amenities. Chad Barrow, President of CLG said, "CLG is committed to improving its services and the operational excellence expected from its customers. The convenient location will allow us to expand delivery options ensuring a cost-efficient logistics chain for our customer’s products. In addition, we are pleased to be a part of the growing logistics community in the area and contributing to the local economy."

"We are pleased to welcome Coastal Logistics to their new home at CIC-Savannah. Adding rail service to their logistics services in addition to locating adjacent to the NS Dillard Yard and the Port will provide their clients with significant transportation savings," said Brian McKiernan, Vice President at CenterPoint Properties. "We are confident that the transportation advantages achieved by locating within the park will grow significantly over time which will underscore the forward-thinking mentality they displayed in this decision."

CLG’s facility will feature 320,000 SF of Norfolk Southern rail service with 32’ clear ceilings, 69 trailer parking spaces, 41 dock doors and 2 drive-in doors. Construction will commence immediately.

Bonny Woods