For sale or lease: Research Park building with office, light industrial space

Apr 12, 2016 | Economic Development

9711 davidtaylordriveA high-quality freestanding building with ample space for office/warehouse, light manufacturing, data center or operations center is available for sale or lease in University Research Park.

The two-story masonry building at 9711 David Taylor Drive has a total of 39,495 sf, including 18,615 sf of office space and 20,080 sf of warehouse with 20-foot-clear ceiling and three loading docks.

The 4.9-acre site has 115 parking spaces and room for more. The building and site are ready for quick move-in, with new landscaping, freshly cleaned exterior and demolition to open up the two-story office area.

Several high-profile companies have major facilities nearby, including Electrolux’s North American Headquarters, TIAA and Duke Energy, which has two office buildings under construction.

Many restaurants and a 12-mile greenway are within a mile of 9711 David Taylor Drive.

Also nearby: I-85 (1 mile), I-485 (3.5 miles), 28,000-student UNC Charlotte (3.5 miles by car or 2.3 miles by greenway) and Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (16 miles).

  • Contact – Ben Rojahn, vice president, CBRE Charlotte, 704-331-1207 or ben.rojahn@cbre.

Building Features

  • Location: 9711 David Taylor Drive, Charlotte, NC 28262
  • Size: 39,495 sf
  • Acreage: 4.9
  • Construction: Masonry
  • Year built: 1988
  • Zoning: RE-2
  • Parking: 115 spaces (3.09/1,000; expandable)
  • Sprinkler: Yes
  • Floor: Slab on grade concrete
  • Security: Security fencing/gate allowed (pending review)
  • Outside Storage: Exterior area available for generators, fuel storage & chillers
  • Power: Duke Energy, high reliable, scalable power with low cost
  • Fiber: Zayo, DukeNet, TW Telecom, AT&T, Windstream, Level 3


Warehouse / Production Features

  • Size: 20,080 sf
  • Ceiling height: 20′ clear
  • Column spacing: 38’5.5″ x 36’8″ x 36’8″
  • Dock doors: 3, with levelers (8’x10′)

Office Features

  • Size: 18,615 sf


  • County: Mecklenburg
  • Interstate access: About 1 mile to I-85; 3.5 miles to I-485
  • Distance to CLT Airport: About 16 miles


  • Sewer / Water: Char-Meck
  • Power: Duke Energy
  • Gas: Piedmont Natural


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