BALDWYN, MS – March 02, 2009 – (RealEstateRama) — The Baldwyn Business Center (www.baldwynbusinesscenter.com) – unique for its warehouse, manufacturing and distribution capabilities, as well as its proximity to furniture, automotive, steel and consumer product firms in Northeast Mississippi – has completed substantial renovations a year following its acquisition by ProVisions, LLC. “We have invested over $5 million to acquire, renovate and provide state-of-the-art technology within the Baldwyn Business Center,” said ProVisions, LLC President and CEO Murray D. Wikol in reference to the 297,000-square-foot facility’s capabilities. “It is now immediately available for Lease or Sale,” Wikol said. “In addition, we have a three-dimensional computer model of the entire building and site to quickly verify the user’s requirements at this superior location.”
With the facility’s extensive renovations and proximity to potential business partners, the Baldwyn Business Center is likely to be a valuable investment for employers in the area. Its many neighbors include Toyota Auto Body, Co. Ltd., major parts supplier for Toyota’s Prius plant in Blue Springs, Mississippi; Hancock Fabrics, crafts and fabrics retailer; Norbord Inc., forest products company; Advanced Innovations Ltd, provider of design and supply chain solutions; and Fairfield Industries, full-service geophysical company. The Baldwyn Business Center comprises 27 acres within the Harry A. Martin North Lee Industrial Complex and is adjacent to US-45. Proximity to the designated I-22 (currently US-78), the Tupelo Regional Airport and the Port of Itawamba give the Baldwyn Business Center a strategic location in the southeast United States.
PROVISIONS, LLC – headquartered in Bingham Farms, Michigan, and with offices throughout Mississippi, including Tupelo – is a leading real estate, economic development and advisory firm. For more information, call (601) 939-0065 or visit www.baldwynbusinesscenter.com . For information on ProVisions, LLC, please visit www.provisions.ws .