Beau Beach, MBA CCIM presents:
Lucrative corner lot with strong daily traffic counts in growing Smyrna…for just $20/SF!
Lot measures .65 acres (28,314 SF) in highly sought after Smyrna where development-ready land is scarce. Traffic counts exceed 13,000 vehicles/day. Located near the major Intersection of S. Lowry Street (Hwy 41) and Enon Springs. Just one mile down Enon Springs and you’re at the massive Nissan Automotive Plant for which Smyrna is best known.
The Nissan plant employs around 8,400 workers, has a production capacity of 640,000 vehicles annually, and covers an area of 5,200,000 SF. The Nissan Smyrna assembly plant is the largest in the US.
Two points of ingress/egress possible with curb cuts on Enon Springs and Joyner Drive. Strong signage opportunities. Level land with utilities. 200’ frontage.
Smyrna routinely ranks as one of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee. Minimum 12% population growth expected by 2025. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 55.9%, which is higher than the US average of 33.5%. Low crime. Very low tax rate. Lowest property tax rate of all the surrounding communities. Cheaper homes and better schools are also an attraction.
Flexible C-4 (Neighborhood Service Business) zoning provides for a number of uses (see Property Information Package for full list of permitted uses).
Food operators within one mile include McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Papa Johns, Taco Bell, Steak n’ Shake, Fazoli’s, Wendy’s, Dominos Pizza plus many local operators.
Don’t procrastinate…this one won’t last long. We’ll prepare your offer and pay $500 of your legal fees.
Smyrna is a town in Rutherford County. Smyrna’s population was 39,974 at the 2010 census and estimated to be 51,586 in 2019.
U.S. News & World Report listed Smyrna as one of the best places in the United States to retire.
During the 1970s, many new industries moved to the area. The city began a period of growth stimulated by production of such companies as Better Built Aluminum, Cumberland Swan (currently known as Vi-Jon, Inc.), and Square D building plants.
In the early 1980s, planning began to build a Nissan Motors manufacturing plant. In 1983, the first vehicle was produced. The Nissan plant now employs around 8,400 workers, has a production capacity of 640,000 vehicles annually, and covers an area of 5,200,000 SF. In 2012, Smyrna began manufacturing Nissan’s electric car, the Nissan Leaf.
The Nissan Smyrna assembly plant is the largest in the US, making 640,000 cars per year. It has made more than 10 million cars since 1983. Batteries for the Leaf began in 2012. Smyrna serves as the US production site for the Nissan Leaf. Nissan’s goal for the plant is to eventually produce 150,000 cars, and 200,000 electric car batteries per year.
The top employers in the city are:
- Nissan (automobile manufacturing): 8,400
- Asurion (communications): 1,165
- Vi-Jon (personal care products): 737
- Stonecrest Medical Center (hospital): 550
- Taylor Farms (produce): 550
- Square D/Schneider Electric (electrical products): 474
The economic future of Smyrna appears bright given its strategic geographic location. Also, the availability of ample utilities and supporting major transportation facilities (air, road and rail) makes Smyrna an attractive location for business and industry.
- Price: $566,000
- Area: .65 acres
- Phone Number: 615-200-9330