NAI Emory Hill lists 74,210 s/f manufacturing site for sale in Elkton, Maryland
ELKTON, MD — NAI Emory Hill has listed a 74,210 s/f, 30 acre light manufacturing and lab site for sale in Elkton and is working with the Cecil County Economic Development Office to market the property.
NAI Emory Hill’s commercial real estate team and members of the Cecil County Economic Development Office recently toured the former production facility to collaborate on marketing it to potential buyers.
The property is located at 100 Chesapeake Blvd. across from the Motor Vehicle Administration in the Upper Chesapeake Corporate Center on the Maryland/Delaware border off Rte. 40.
The facility sits on 30 acres, 21 of which are zoned Business Industrial in Maryland and nine of which are zoned Suburban in Delaware. The fully conditioned building is comprised of 23,025 s/f of office and 44,000 s/f of production area containing 17,800 s/f of clean room space. The building is also equipped with four mezzanine wet lab spaces, loading docks, drive-in doors and 158 parking spaces. There are also 11 acres allowing room for expansion.
“The Cecil County Office of Economic Development is pleased to support NAI Emory Hill to market this quality asset located in the Upper Chesapeake Corporate Center,” said Economic Development Director Lisa Webb.
“We are thrilled to work with Lisa and the County Economic Development Office to find a buyer and hopefully bring jobs to Cecil County,” said NAI Emory Hill agent Becky Harrington. “This is a prime location for a manufacturer or life sciences research and development facility. Its close proximity to the I-95 corridor, University of Delaware, Cecil College, and the cities of Baltimore and Philadelphia combined with Cecil County’s welcoming business environment make this property attractive to the industrial sector.”
Photo Caption: Cecil County Economic Development Office members Jason Zang, Susan O’Neill and Lisa Webb, Director, met with NAI Emory Hill commercial real estate team members Becky Harrington and David Morrison, CCIM, to tour the Gore Upper Chesapeake facility, which NAI Emory Hill has listed for sale.