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New Rite Aid distribution center 'just the beginning' at Flatwood Developers and local officials believe the Pennsylvania based drugstore chain's $90 million, 900,000 square foot facility, which is expected to generate about 600 jobs, has set the stage for future large scale industrial projects. Rite Aid will anchor Spartanburg based Johnson Development Associates Inc.'s Flatwood Industrial Park. Johnson Development said the site has the potential to support about 9 million square feet of speculative (or spec) and build to suit facilities, and thousands of jobs. "Johnson Development is proud to construct a project that will support hundreds of immediate new jobs right here in our hometown," said Rob Rain, president of the firm's industrial division. "Flatwood Industrial Park will generate even more jobs and investment in Spartanburg County for the next decade We develop throughout the Southeast and Texas, but we are always extra excited about the opportunity to bring jobs and development home to Spartanburg County." In January, Rite Aid announced the Spartanburg center, which was codenamed "Project Emerald." The company said at the time it would consolidate three existing facilities in Alabama, North Carolina and West Virginia into its first new distribution center in 15 years. Rite Aid has signed a long term lease agreement on the 97 acre site. In March, Johnson Development revealed its plan to build a nearly 363,000 square foot "class A" spec building next to Rite Aid's facility. Work on the spec building began on Friday. The company, which also built the spec facility occupied by the Walmart returns center, has yet to find a suitor for the building. "JDA has a history of developing speculative buildings in the Upstate," Rain said. "We believe that the growth of the Inland Port and our large labor pool in the Upstate will continue to attract new businesses. We are excited about the opportunity to provide space for these new businesses." The construction of both the Rite Aid distribution center and spec building are expected to support about 700 jobs, according to Johnson Development. Rite Aid said it will begin releasing information about hiring for its facility during the second half of the year. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of the year, weather permitting. To improve access to the properties currently under development, Johnson Development will soon begin working on a commercial road named Flatwood Industrial Drive. The road, which will be maintained by the county, will connect Highway 221 and Flatwood Road. It will go on 10 acres of right of way and stretch more than one mile. Josh Jones, director of development for Johnson Development's industrial division, said the decision to add the road was made to lessen the traffic impact on residents near the site, particularly in the Peach Valley neighborhood. Originally, the company had proposed closing a span of Flatwood Road to build the new intersection with Flatwood Industrial Drive. But Jones said the company will be able to install the intersection without closing Flatwood Road. Jones said the company has taken several other measures to be a good neighbor. It has installed large landscaped berms around the Rite Aid site to decrease the amount of noise and light, and to improve the scenery, for residents along Flatwood Road. Johnson Development's master plan includes measures to protect the wetlands and wildlife around the site. The company has hired street sweeping crews to prevent mud from accumulating on Flatwood Road. It will run water trucks on the site to decrease dust on dry days. Johnson Development is also supplying its concrete with an onsite batch plant in order to reduce truck traffic prior to completing the new road. Johnson Development purchased the site two years ago from a private family. The family allotted 1,400 acres of its land for industrial development under the condition that an adjacent 300 acre tract would be kept from development. The Spartanburg Area Conservancy, or SPACE, has taken ownership of that tract and is currently in the process of developing a plan for the property. Rain said Johnson Development has continued to lease some of the industrial property to local farmers. The company hopes to work with future tenants and SPACE to provide future employees and their families with opportunities for agricultural or outdoor recreation. "Flatwood is a tremendous site," said Carter Smith, executive vice president for the Economic Futures Group. "It is a significantly large site, but with the expertise Johnson Development has, it's a bit like polishing a diamond." Smith said Flatwood Industrial Park will provide economic development officials with a range of options when courting companies to locate or expand in Spartanburg County. "It's a significant piece of property east of I 26 that is within reach of Charlotte Douglas International Airport and Greenville Spartanburg International Airport," he said. "Johnson Development has been able to provide the right infrastructure (improvements). It's an area that will strongly compete." New Rite Aid distribution center 'just the beginning' at FlatwoodBy Trevor AndersonConstruction has begun for Rite Aid's new distribution center being built on Flattwood Road in Spartanburg County as seen here on June 4, 2015. Developers and local officials believe the Pennsylvania based drugstore chain's $90 million, 900,000 square foot facility, which is expected to generate about 600 jobs, has set the stage for future large scale industrial projects. Rite Aid will anchor Spartanburg based Johnson Development Associates Inc.'s Flatwood Industrial Park. Johnson Development said the site has the potential to support about 9 million square feet of speculative (or spec) and build to suit facilities, and thousands of jobs. "Johnson Development is proud to construct a project that will support hundreds of immediate new jobs right here in our hometown," said Rob Rain, president of the firm's industrial division. "Flatwood Industrial Park will generate even more jobs and investment in Spartanburg County for the next decade We develop throughout the Southeast and Texas, but we are always extra excited about the opportunity to bring jobs and development home to Spartanburg County." In January, Rite Aid announced the Spartanburg center, which was codenamed "Project Emerald." The company said at the time it would consolidate three existing facilities in Alabama, North Carolina and West Virginia into its first new distribution center in 15 years. Rite Aid has signed a long term lease agreement on the 97 acre site.

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