Logistics Pointe Charlotte

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  • 2006
    Acquisition Year
  • 9
  • 1.1M
    Total Square Footage
  • 1
    Number of Buildings
  • 90%
    Occupancy at Sale


This 1.1 million square-foot industrial complex originally served as Winn Dixie’s southeastern U.S. distribution center. However, it was eventually shut down as the company scaled down operations in the region. Westmount acquired the property in June 2006 after it had been foreclosed on at 100% vacancy. The facilities, some dating back as early as 1973, included mixed-purpose storage including freezer/ cooler, dry-storage, and light-industrial warehouse/ distribution space.


Westmount saw a tremendous opportunity in this asset given its size, mixed-use potential and location in the largest industrial market in the Carolinas. Upon acquisition, we rebranded and marketed the property under a new name, “Logistics Pointe” and converted the facilities to better suit multiple tenants. The impact was an increase in occupancy from 0% to over 90%, resulting in a high-quality, well-maintained institutional grade complex.


We identified the potential for a conversion of a single-tenant facility into a multi-tenant complex. By marketing the broad range of spaces available, we attracted a group of high-credit tenants seeking to expand their supply chain in the southeast region. Our success at  Logistics Pointe Charlotte demonstrates the stability of industrial assets, even during the tough economic conditions from 2008-2011.

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