Former Golden Flake manufacturing plant to become The Factory at Golden Flake

After announcing its closing just about one year ago, the Golden Flake property is set to be redeveloped. The warehouse building and 36.7 additional acres of land has been sold for $6,000,000.

The new development, The Factory at Golden Flake, will offer retail and warehouse space throughout the five-building complex, and its anchor tenant will be Southeastern Salvage Home Emporium.

“We are excited about the opportunity to revitalize and occupy a building that has played such a big role in Birmingham and Alabama’s history.”

Scott Leroy, Vice President of Southeastern Salvage Company

With roughly 145,310 square feet of warehouse/retail space and land available for lease and/or sale, The Factory at Golden Flake will provide both retail and warehouse uses.

Bart Moore and Robert Crook of IronVest Partners represented the buyer in this transaction. Mark Byers and Deborah McGill Smith of Cushman & Wakefield / EGS Commercial Real Estate, Inc. represented the seller in this transaction.

Tammy Cohen and Robert Bruner of CCR Architecture & Interiors are the architects of record for the project.

Learn more about the project in the article published by Birmingham Business Journal.