Whirlpool sells 1.2 million square foot shuttered plant in Fort Smith to Phoenix Investors

As reported in Talk Business & Politics: Whirlpool Corp. has sold its 1.2 million square foot manufacturing plant in Fort Smith to Milwaukee, Wisc.-based Phoenix Investors. Whirlpool closed the refrigerator plant in June 2012, with most production being moved to Mexico. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Phoenix’s plans for the facility include collaborating with other logistics and distribution enterprises to offer a centrally located hub for several companies, according to a statement from the Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce. The deal is ... Read More

2020-07-24T20:54:29+00:00February 21st, 2017|Projects|

Phoenix Investors Buys Former Whirlpool Plant in Fort Smith

As reported in Arkansas Business: The Fort Smith Regional Chamber of Commerce said Tuesday that Phoenix Investors LLC of Milwaukee had purchased the 1.5 million-SF former Whirlpool manufacturing facility on Jenny Lind Road in Fort Smith. The building has been for sale since the appliance manufacturer closed the plant in 2012. Another building in the complex previously sold. A purchase price was not disclosed. Phoenix Investors purchases single tenant manufacturing sites throughout the country, revitalizes them and markets them to potential occupants. Its portfolio includes ... Read More

2020-07-24T20:56:15+00:00February 21st, 2017|Projects|
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