The Development Authority of Jefferson County | P.O. Box 630 | 302 East Broad Street | Louisville, GA  30434 | (478) 625-8134

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Wadley Bartow Site

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Wadley, GA 30477
Broker Contact Information:

Greg Sellars
Development Authority of Jefferson County
302 East Broad Street 
P.O. Box 630 
Louisville, GA 30434
Phone: (478) 625-8134
Mobile: (478) 456-5852
Email: gsellars@jeffersoncounty.org


Property

Total Acres: 163.00 Acres
Remaining Acres: 105.00 Acres
Largest Tract: 105
GRAD Site: No
Zoning: Industrial
Rail Served: Yes

Utilities

Water on Site?: No
Water Main Size: 8
Sewer on Site: No
Sewer Main Size: 8
Gas on Site: No
Gas Main Size: 10

Incentives

Electric Provider(s): Georgia Power
Jobs Tax Credit: $4000/job
Investment Tax Credit: 5%
Opportunity Zone: No
Less Developed Census Tract: No

Transportation

U.S. Highway(s): US 1, US 319
Georgia Highway(s): GA 78
Nearest Interstate(s): I-16, I-20
Distance to Interstate(s): 34 miles, 44 miles
Nearest Port 1: Port of Savanah
Distance to Port 1: 110 miles
Nearest Port 2: Port of Charleston
Distance to Port 2: 175 miles
Nearest Airport(s): City of Louisville (5,000-foot runway with terminal), Savannah/Hilton Head International, Hartsfield Jackson International (Atlanta)
Distance to Airport(s): 10 miles, 110 miles, 160 miles (respectively)

Property Photos

Wadley Bartow Site photo 1
Wadley Bartow Site photo 2

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