$1,350,000 SALE
58,000 SF
441 Albert Street 4301 Mead Road
MACON, GA 31206 Cold Storage / Freezer Warehouse

PRICE FURTHER REDUCED - 58,000 SF Meat & Food Processing Facility with Freezer & Cooler Storage (Expandable)

58,000 SF Cold Storage / Freezer Warehouse 1,200 SF Mezzanine "Office" Built in 1973 See brochure for cooler and freezer descriptions Rail: Norfolk Southern Spur (requires updating) - One rail rollaway door 14 and 23 ft ceilings Property Tax Bill: $18,302.06 (2020)

Property Type Industrial
Max Continuous Area 58,000
Min Divisible Area 58,000
Tax Year 2018
Listing ID 26FF3D
Style Industrial Bldg -Warehouse
Building Size 58,000 SF
Lot Size 10.11 AC
Taxes $30,790

Property Highlights

Total Square Feet Refrigerated: 19,360 Freezer Square Feet: 8,960 (Includes 960 SF Blast) Cooler Square Feet: 4,800 Staging / Receiving Square Feet: 1,600 (Refrigerated) Total Dry Square Feet: 30,800 Refrigeration System: 4 Each Vilter Compressors 2 Model VSS451: (1) 60 HP Motor; (1) 200 HP Motor 2 Model VSR301: (1) 40 HP Motor; (1) 150 HP Motor System set up to run with (2) Compressors: (1) Freezer; (1) Cooler Two additional compressors for back-up capability. Facility operated fully functional food processing area of 5,600 square feet processing both meat and vegetable items. Meat processing consisted of flaking, grinding, mixing, portioning and freezing. Initial operation included receiving sides of beef and completely breaking down the product and producing finished items of ground beef, cubed steak, chopped steak and Hamburger Patties. Pork trimmings were processed into sausage patties and links. Protein items moved to "box" product. Sweet potatoes (canned) were used in the manufacture of a proprietary vegetable "sweet potatoe ball". This process required mixing, portioning, breading and freezing. A test kitchen area enabled a baking process to operate briefly. Economies of scale prevented this operation to continue as cake layers and cupcakes supply and demand numbers did not make the operation feasible. Initial freezing of products was accomplished in a "blast freezer". There was a transition to a nitrogen freezer tunnel in the early 1990's to improve the quality of products by a quick freeze process. Warehouse racking throughout the building accommodated picking bins for 3,000+ SKU's. Ample bulk storage (by pallet) space allowed for inventory in the building to be in excess of Three Million Dollars. Loading dock with three dock levelers and rail access allows for shipping and receiving processes to be accomplished simultaneously.

Area Description

Area Description: South Macon, Bibb County, Georgia in an industrial district.

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