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Bradley County: Building for a Prosperous Future

Looking for an existing structure in a community with a quality of life and a business climate that fosters growth and neighbors you can call friends? Look no further than Bradley County, Arkansas.

The City of Warren just completed construction of a new 40,000-square-foot shell, general purpose building located on nine acres (with nine additional acres available) in the Warren Industrial Park on the U.S. Highway 278 Bypass. Already capable of expansion for another 40,000 square feet, it is a prefab 26-guage metal wall construction with four-inch insulation, concealed fastener metal standing seam insulation roof and a gravel floor. The ceiling height features 25-foot eaves and a 29.167-foot center. There are eight 25-foot bays, one overhead door that is 12 feet wide and 14 feet tall, plus two man-way doors that measure three feet by seven feet.

Utilities on site include 13.8kV service by Entergy Corporation, plus municipal eight-inch water and sewer mains. CenterPoint Energy/Arkla supplies gas via a four-inch main. Soil and Phase 1 environmental assessment reports are available, also.

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