Garner, NC — Wigeon Capital is making a big investment in Garner. The development company is proposing to add nearly 100,000 square feet on industrial flex buildings to the Triangle boom town.
If you have been keeping up with real estate trends in the Triangle, you know that the market is as competitive than ever. To take advantage of this bull real estate market and the great location that the Town of Garner offers, Wigeon Capital, led by the team of Whit Brown and Al Goodrich, are betting big on Garner and the continued demand for industrial flex product.
Wigeon is in the process of constructing nearly 100,000 square feet of new industrial flex space in the White Oak and Greenfield South Business Parks. This class A industrial flex product comes at time when the demand for small industrial space is at it an all-time high.
“We are fortunate to have great entrepreneurial real estate developers like Whit and Al come to our community and provide much needed industrial space,” said Joe Stallings Economic Development Director. “This new product is perfect for everything from life sciences and manufacturing to service providers and assembly.”
“We like the confluence of the road system and growth potential for Garner; in addition to being a great community, Garner is less than 15 minutes from Downtown Raleigh,” Wigeon Capital.
Since the founding of Wigeon Capital in 2016, the company has focused on each project personally to ensure its long-term success. Whit and Al have spent their careers building meaningful relationships across the real estate development industry. These relationships have provided the ability to access unique market data and opportunities. Wigeon Capital currently has approximately 500,000 SF of Flex and Shallow Bay Industrial, at different stages, under development in Wake County, NC.
For more information regarding economic development in the Town of Garner, contact Joe Stallings at email@example.com.