The door is open right now--- but maybe for only a short time-- for a development opportunity at Ridley Lake. This beautiful tract of land is strategically located on I-85 at Big Springs Road.
Mayor Jeff Lukken spearheaded the effort with the LaGrange Development Authority and the City Council to establish this property as the community's new office park complex.
The site is located smack in the center of development activity on the I-85 corridor in Troup County. And, with its spectacular vistas and unique location in the exploding Davis Road corridor adjacent to I-85, this location offers exceptional development potential. The 108 acre tract is anchored by the beautiful 14 acre Ridley Lake that lies in the center of the property. The site is bound on the east by extensive frontage on I-85, the west by Spur 14 Davis Road, and the north by Big Springs Road. Immediatly north of the site is the famed Magnolia development project which offers the virtues found in Traditional neighborhood developments such as the Kentlands; Seaside, Fla.; and Celebration, Florida. Magnolia, now under construction, will be the home of nearly 3,000 residential, office and commercial facilities in a traditional neighborhood development.
In addition to its extraordinary location, the site provides an exceptionally strong infrastructure support. LaGrange is renowned for its robust infrastructure and this site has it all. Great water and sewer service and natural gas supply are all available to the site provided by the City. In addition the celebrated City of LaGrange fiber optic telecommunication system offering multiple broadband carrier opportunities is to be made available to customers located within the site.
This tranquil site will likely only be available for a short time to due to the high demand for property of this type within the area and the recent announcement by Kia of its new facilities planned for LaGrange. Recent interest in the site and the high volume of qualified contacts leads the City to believe the site will be available for only a short period of time. Interested parties should contact Ray Coloumbe at 706-883-2064 for more details.