Load King sells surplus Rail Yard District property to Suddath

The owner continues to operate a 212,000-square-foot manufacturing plant that makes retail interiors for national and local franchisees and companies.

Load King sold about 5 acres and two buildings in the Rail Yard District to Suddath Properties.
Load King sold about 5 acres and two buildings in the Rail Yard District to Suddath Properties.
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Ownership of Load King Manufacturing sold surplus warehouse space Sept. 28 to Suddath Properties.

MBRE of Jax LLC, led by Load King President Charles Chupp, sold about 5 acres and two buildings to Suddath Properties West Church LLC for almost $6.68 million.

The property is between Church, Beaver and Minnie streets in the Rail Yard District west of Downtown Jacksonville.

Chupp said Load King had a surplus of warehouse space off Myrtle Street of about 108,000 square feet.

Of that, about 48,000 square feet was leased to the city for Homeland Security and the balance of 60,000 square feet was not being used.

Chupp said Load King continues to own and operate 212,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space at 1357 W. Beaver St.

Jacksonville-based Load King designs and builds branded kiosks, restaurants and physical stores for franchises and companies.

Clients include SeaWorld, Firehouse Subs, AMC Theaters, Buc-ee’s, Haskell, Ellianos Coffee, Summit Construction Group, Baptist Health and more. 

Jacksonville-based Suddath is a household moving company that grew to provide global logistics and supply chain management, ranging from basic warehousing for one location to distribution center and national programs integrating warehousing, transportation, project management and other services.



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