The seller was represented in the transaction by Lester Osbornand A. Scott Hensley, of Piedmont Properties/Corfac International.Hensley tells GlobeSt.com that Wheelers sold the property as partof its plan to exit the North Carolina market to focus on Georgia.The company is also selling another 32,000-sf distribution facilityon 5.35 acres at 500 N. Hoskins Rd.

Debs Pedigo is the owner of locally based Firehouse CasualLiving Store, which sells specialty items for the patio andfireplace. The company has stores throughout North and SouthCarolina. D & K Assets is in the process of renovating thefacility to become the main warehouse for furniture, as well as aclearance center for Firehouse Casual Living Store and FurnitureMarketplace.

The light manufacturing/industrial building is on 14.5 acres andis in close proximity to Interstate 77 and Interstate 485. Itfeatures five dock-high doors, three drive-in doors, nine raildoors and an additional interior truck well that provides threeadditional dock-high positions. "The buyer liked the building'slocation and visibility on Westinghouse Boulevard," Hensleysays.

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