As one of the nation’s top developers, McDonald has developed more than 50 million square feet of real estate in key markets across the Southeastern United States.
McDonald develops, leases, and manages properties for its own account, investment partners, and third-party clients. The company has the skill, knowledge and expertise to evaluate real estate and create and execute the right strategy to maximize its value.
McDonald targets strategic sites in premier markets, assembles large tracts of land, then develops master-planned parks that attract and retain leading tenants and users, including many Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies.
McDonald’s parks include numerous multi and single tenant buildings that are constructed with all the features and high quality for which McDonald is known, including flexible layouts, floor to ceiling storefront windows, attractive landscaping, efficient traffic flow, and appealing area amenities.
McDonald’s quality design and construction standards result in buildings with industry-leading features and design technologies. McDonald’s meticulous property and asset management standards result in parks and buildings that are built to last.
In business for over 30 years, McDonald has developed more than 50 million square feet of real estate with a current market value of $3 billion. McDonald currently operates offices in Atlanta, Orlando and Charlotte, with over 4 million existing square feet of Class A industrial buildings and 1,200 acres of land available for future development in 16 parks across the Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic United States.
McDonald Development plans to build a total of 230,117 square feet of industrial space on a roughly 20-acre site near Sand Lake Road and Winegard Road. [Courtesy St. Johns Water Management District] An Atlanta-based developer is looking to build a pair of spec industrial buildings near the Florida Mall, as the industrial sector continues to…
Atlanta-based McDonald Development is preparing to bring more than 230,000 square feet of spec industrial space to market near the Florida Mall, with plans for the type of urban infill site that has drawn it back to Greater Orlando numerous times over the past 20 years. Located at 7663 Winegard Road, the 20.12-acre site fronts E. Sand Lake Road and…