The Swanson Development is a prime piece of development property consisting of 217 acres that is ideal for multiple uses, including commercial , single family or multi-family units, and industrial development centrally located in Houston County, Georgia.
The Swanson Development is a multiuse tract of land that offers:
Swanson Development is located just 1,500 feet from the I-75 exit on Sam Nunn Blvd/ HWY 341, which is the most active commercial development zone of South Houston County. All of the property lies within, or adjoining the Perry City limits, and can be annexed into the City to allow access to City services, such as water and sewer.
Perry’s motto is “Where Georgia Comes Together,” and has long been known as one of the more desirable communities in Georgia. It is the county seat of Houston County, one of the most vibrant counties in the state and is the home of Warner Robins Air Logistics Center, the largest single employer in the State of Georgia. Boasting a growing population of approximately 160,000, it is known for stable and responsible government, outstanding schools, a capable and energetic workforce, and an abundance of southern charm and hospitality. Its strategic location on I-75 in the upper Coastal Plains of Central Georgia, makes it a prime choice for residential, retail, and industrial growth.
Perry and Houston County have award winning developmental authorities that are well connected with State and local business and government officials, and work diligently in their efforts to bring new and exciting industry and retail to the area.
Perry is located 30 minutes South of Macon, and 1.5 hours from Hartsville International Airport in Atlanta.
The Swanson Development has nice road frontage and access. The property has multiple access points from Sam Nunn Blvd/ US Hwy 341, Airport Road Extension, Woodland Drive, and Valley Road.
There is approximately 178 acres located South of Hwy 341, and approximately 38 North of Hwy 341.
The property has a level to gently rolling topography, with some, limited areas of wetlands that provide both greenspace and lines of delineation from single family home sites and more intensive uses, such as multifamily and commercial areas.
Heritage Park adjoins the property, and negotiations are in progress with the City of Perry, to provide walking and biking trails throughout the designated
residential areas of the property.