Renaissance Park offers tremendous advantages for building and site professionals. There is an abundance and flexibility of available buildings and land masses that can be tailored to meet individual client needs based on use, investment objectives and job creation. The Park consists of over 2000 acres and approximately 200 buildings of all sizes. Obviously, not all buildings are useable in their current state, but this is where your imagination can roam free.
Crittenden Building – The Crittenden Building, located at 246 Yarborough Rd, is a single story brick building located near the historic quad with approximately 8000 square feet. Built in 1967, the original use of Crittenden was as a medical center.
Brantley Building – The Brantley Building, located at 114 Lawrence Rd, is a 4 story building with approximately 74,000 square feet. Built in 1925, Brantley was used as a dormitory.
Lawrence Building – A single story building with loading docks and a generous size apron. The potential use is as a distribution/warehousing space facility.
The entire site has up to date utilities that include electrical power from the Georgia Power Company, abundant water and sewer capacity from the city of Milledgeville, natural gas provided by a joint venture between the city of Dublin and our local redevelopment authority, and telephone and internet service from Windstream Communications.
In the near future, the entire park will be moving toward an above-ground fiber optic network in order to support the multiple data requirements of customers. Additionally, a data center will be constructed in the Powell building to handle customer needs.
This map will give you an overall idea of the magnitude of the site and the number of buildings making up Renaissance Park. Many of the buildings are teardowns while others can be renovated.