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Cosmetics company buys building in Bryan County
The Cubes at Interstate Centre II Building B.
Aerial shot of The Cubes at Interstate Centre II Building B. Photo provided.

A global cosmetics company has purchased a logistics building at Bryan County's The Cubes at Interstate Centre II to use for its distribution operations.

According to a press release, KISS, a manufacturer and distributor of fashion nails and false eyelashes, purchased the 708,990-square-foot Building B from real estate investment firm CRG. It sits on 49.8 acres of land at 1864 Interstate Blvd. in Ellabell.

Building B is the third warehouse developed in The Cubes at Interstate Centre II, which is designed to meet growing demand for logistics and warehouse space in the southeastern U.S. Located to take advantage of the area’s transit infrastructure, it is less than 2 miles from Interstate 16, 15 miles from Interstate 95, 25 miles from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, and about 30 miles west of the Port of Savannah.

CRG’s first building, the 700,000-square-foot Building A, was leased to McKesson Medical-Surgical in November 2021. The second facility, Building E, was leased in late October 2022 to a subsidiary of Rooms to Go. Upon completion, The Cubes at Interstate Centre II will offer a total of nearly 4.26 million square feet of Class A industrial space. 

“With two full-building commitments in just a few months, it’s clear The Cubes at Interstate Centre II is a preferred choice for large logistics users looking to scale operations in the region,” said Mike Demperio, executive vice president and Southeast Region industrial partner for CRG. “Building B not only has the market-leading specifications affiliated with our nationally recognized industrial brand, The Cubes, but it also offers a location with lower labor costs and less traffic congestion. Additionally, our users benefit from supportive administrations at both the state and county level, with significant investments in infrastructure and workforce development, as well as incentives to draw new business to the area.”

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