A $35-million project is expected to bring about 150 new job opportunities into the City of Harrison. The Harrison Commerce Center will include a 534,055 square foot warehouse and distribution center with support offices.
Hillwood, a nationally recognized developer, has obtained an option to purchase 35.763 acres at the southwest corner of Dry Fork Road and Harrison Road. The site has been annexed into the City. The Harrison Planning Commission and City Council have approved zoning changes that will allow the project to break ground in early 2022.
Careful design and planning have gone into the placement of the building and providing an effective buffer for the residences to the south. As part of the review process, a Traffic Impact Study has been completed and is being reviewed by both the City’s engineer and the Hamilton County Engineers Office. The Harrison Tree Board will have input on landscaping of the site.
The Harrison Commerce Center could house multiple tenants or just one company. It will be ideally situated less than a half-mile from I-74.