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Ex-Corning Plant Sold

GREENVILLE — The 300,000 square-foot former Corning Plant has been purchased by a local businessman.

From the January 18, 2018 editon of The Daily Advocate

Staff Report

GREENVILLE — The 300,000 square-foot former Corning Plant has been purchased by a local businessman. Industrial Property Brokers (IPB) Principal, Tim Echemann, confirmed that the purchase was completed January 12.

The property at 1025 Martin Street is now owned by Michael Jones and three of his sons. The group plans to revitalize the facility which is located at the entrance of Greenville on State Route 36. Jones stated the facility is at the gateway into Greenville and would like the building to represent the economic growth and revitalization of the city of Greenville. The new name for the facility is The Greenville Distribution Center.

Jones remarked that he saw this also as a business opportunity to help increase the economy of Greenville.

“Warehousing is always in need and available industrial space is an advantage for community growth,” he said......

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