110 Cleveland Drive in Paris, KY has been the headquarters of family-owned Hunt Brothers Pizza for 15 years. As they have recently expanded into a larger facility within the Paris/Bourbon County Industrial Park, their former building is now being offered for sale. The building is a free-standing 25,166 SF industrial facility situated on 9.81 acres with surrounding views of Kentucky horse farms. The facility features rare freezer storage and cool dock area. The freezer area is 7,896 SF and the cool dock area is 1,894 SF. In addition, the building offers 5,934 SF of dry storage for a total warehouse square footage of 15,724 SF. The freezer can convey with the building or be removed per Purchaser’s needs.
The warehouse is clear span with 30′ clear height, metal halide lighting, 6″ concrete floors, seven dock doors with levelers (4 dry dock doors and 3 cooler dock doors), and 800 amp/3-phase electric.
The office space totals 9,442 SF with 8,658 SF on the first floor and 784 SF on the second floor. The office features high-end finishes, a beautiful glass atrium, and reception area with a water feature. There are appx. 15 private offices/work rooms, multiple conference rooms, and a large break room. The break area opens up to a welcoming outdoor patio nestled among a horse farm setting with expansive green space. The facility offers security through a key fob system.
- Class A
- Expandable Site
- 30′ Clear Height
- Freezer storage & cool dock area
- Seven dock doors
- High-end office space
Peter Barr, CCIM, SIOR
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The building is located on a scenic Kentucky road at the entrance of the Paris/Bourbon County Industrial Park, a 15 minute drive northeast of Lexington, KY (KY’s second largest market). The Industrial Park is approximately 14 miles from I-75/I-64 intersection. The county’s location places it at the center of a 31 state distribution area. Join other businesses in the Paris/Bourbon County Industrial such as Hunt Brothers Pizza, Mingua Beef Jerkey, EnovaPremier of Kentucky, and Greenfield World Trade.