Cherokee Commerce Center 85 is the Upstate’s newest industrial park located on the I-85 corridor in an area of rapid growth between Greenville-Spartanburg, SC and Charlotte, NC. The 290-acre site offers tenants mid to bulk size Class A industrial space in a convenient location proximate to key infrastructure and major population centers throughout the Southeast.

Under Construction - Phase I Delivery Q4 2024

211,640 to 1.65 MSF Available

Park developer Glenstar and capital partner Creek Lane Capital broke ground in Q3 2023 on Building 2, a ±500,000-SF (expandable up to 1.3 MSF) project. This first building is scheduled for delivery in Q4 2024 and is now pre-leasing.

  • Building 1

    1,648,640 SF

  • Building 2

    555K-1.3M SF

  • Building 3

    252,720 SF

  • Building 4

    278,200 SF

  • Building 5

    211,640 SF

Maximum accessibility.
Favorable labor dynamics.
Lowest tax rates.

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Park Features

  • Easy, signalized access to I-85
  • Optimum site flexibility for virtually unlimited parking
  • Class A construction with Build-to-Suit options
  • Eligible for Tier-4 Jobs Tax Credit of $25k per employee
  • Exceptional water and sewer capabilities
  • Impressive power capacity, up to 54 MW
  • Cross-dock or rear-load orientation available
  • Spec or build-to-suit office options
  • Industry-leading specifications

Cherokee County is expressly pro-business and welcoming to incoming tenants and owner/occupiers, offering Tier-4 incentives to ensure you not only find the right facility, but are able to maximize your ROI and meet financial targets with the same location decision.

Building 1

Building 2

Building 3

Building 4

Building 5

Upstate South Carolina

A recent surge in activity and interest has converged on the Upstate, SC market due to the region’s investment and expansion of favorable conditions and incentives for industrial users and its ideal location connecting major population centers in the Southeast.

The Upstate offers industrial users excellent access to one of the most efficient inland ports in the country, the Inland Port in Greer, connectivity to key logistics infrastructure, an expansive and diverse manufacturing network, and one of the fastest growing populations/workforces in the country.

Key Demographics

15,000 residents commute out of Cherokee County for work every day. This represents an opportunity to capture workers who prefer to cut down or eliminate their commute and remain in Cherokee County.

45-minute Commuter Radius:

  • Population: 1,473,902
  • Projected population 5yr : 4.75% projected growth
  • Labor force: 748,520
  • Unionization rate: 1.6% (lowest in the country)
  • Trained assembly/fabrication laborers: 48% more than Atlanta, 36% more than Charlotte)