Case Study

Stateline 77

About the development

Stateline 77 is a 1.07 million square foot speculative industrial park developed by Rockefeller Group in Fort Mill, S.C., part of the Charlotte, N.C. industrial market. The industrial park consists of two buildings, one 786,167 square feet, and another that is 221,000 square feet. Both buildings were completed in 2022.

In September 2023, Silfab Solar, a leading North American solar panel manufacturer, announced plans to expand its U.S. footprint by establishing operations in York County at the larger of the two buildings, a 786,167-square-foot cross-dock located at 7149 Logistics Lane. The company plans to invest $150 million and create 800 new jobs.

A second building, a 221,000-square-foot distribution center was fully leased in 2022 by two tenants, Element Designs, which leased 112,840 square feet, and Motion Industries, Inc., which leased the remaining 108,160 square feet.  The building is located at 7107 Logistics Lane.

In October 2023, Rockefeller Group sold the fully leased logistics center to EQT Exeter, the real estate division of EQT Group AB.

Stateline 77 is located along I-77 just south of Charlotte on 77.5 acres the company acquired in 2019. This is Rockefeller Group’s second development in the region. In 2019, the company completed Lakemont 77, a 370,000-SF speculative industrial building that was later sold to an institutional investor.

JLL’s Spencer Yorke and Brad Cherry were the exclusive leasing agents on Stateline 77. 

Project Features

786,167 SF Building

  • 40-foot clear height
  • 288 auto-parking stalls
  • 197 trailer-parking stalls
  • 185-foot truck court

221,000 SF Building

  • 32-foot clear height
  • 164 auto-parking stalls
  • 60 trailer-parking stalls
  • 185-foot truck court