Highland 75 Industrial Park
- The park is a 380-acre tract of land (divisible into flexible parcel sizes) in Bartow County Georgia.
- The city of Cartersville and Bartow County are considered part of the Atlanta MSA and situated between Atlanta and Chattanooga.
- Several established industrial businesses (light manufacturing and distribution centers) occupy the front of the park, with the remaining sections isolated from major road thoroughfare and traffic.
- The property is controlled by the Cartersville-Bartow Joint Development Authority which can offer companies local incentives such as property tax abatements, financing options for sale or lease of land and constructed building, based on size and scope of the project.
- There are no covenant restrictions related to data center construction or equipment.
- Average yearly temperatures are around 61 degrees Fahrenheit, allowing for free cooling options.
- The city of Cartersville provides complete utility services to this site – including electric, gas, water/sewer and telecommunications.
- This site is eligible for a one-time customer choice on electrical service from potential providers including the City of Cartersville and Georgia Power.
- The site is serviced by 115 kV transmission lines and a 115/25 kV, 30 MVA transformer capacity at the nearest substation – which could service as a single-source supply up to 10 MVA through a dedicated distribution circuit.
- Existing transmission and substation infrastructure could be feasibly upgraded for redundant service.
- The city has an active 6” gas main serving the park, along with an 12” water main and a 16” wastewater line.
- City of Cartersville telecommunication services are on-site; fiber is connected to major long-haul Georgia IT arteries and corridors; private providers are in close proximity to serve as redundant carriers including AT&T and MegaPath.
- Both the city and county provide police and fire protection (fire rating – 5) for the park; both police and fire stations within 8 miles of site.
- Cartersville and Bartow County face little risk of natural disasters with low tornado activity (1 between 2001 and 2009).
Education and Labor
- Situated between Atlanta and Chattanooga, Cartersville/Bartow County has a labor force of over 250,000 living within a 30-minute drive time to site.
- Bartow County is home to over 130 different industries, 30 colleges within a 40-minute drive, and two major colleges (Highlands College and Chattahoochee Technical College) within the county offering a variety of courses including computer software.
Demographic and Site Information