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Savannah Quarters
Listing was updated at: 11/14/2018
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Asset Type Retail
Trade Type Lease
SQ. FT. Available 12,000
Date Available 11/14/2018
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Location
The property is located in Chatham County near the I-16/Pooler Parkway interchange and is located 5 miles west of the I-95/Pooler Parkway (South Godley Station) interchange and 11 miles from Historic Downtown Savannah. The location is within the Savannah Quarters PUD, which is a 2,600 acre master-planned development that was initially planned by Greg Norman’s Medallist Developments and is currently being developed by LStar Communities.

Lease
SVN is pleased to offer up to +/- 12,000 square feet of retail space for lease which will be available in March 2019 at the signalized intersection of Pooler Parkway and Westbrook Lane. This multi-tenant building will be delivered as a warm vanilla shell while including numerous upgrades such as storefront glass in increments of 1,500 square feet that can be combined for additional space.

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