Famed South Carolina race track set to become an industrial park
Greenville-Pickens Speedway is a half-mile short track located in Easley, SC. The track first opened as a dirt track in 1940.
In 1970, the track was paved. In 1971, Bobby Isaac won the first ever flag-to-flag televised NASCAR race.
The site is poised to become an industrial park named ‘Speedway Industrial Park’. Spaces from 100,000 SF to ± 1,179,360 are available.
The land includes 305 acres.
There’s multiple site plans shown as possibilities for the land development. 4 to 6 buildings are shown to be built on the property.
RealtyLink, LLC is looking to develope the property.
In most of the proposed plans, the area where the actual track sits shows it being used as a detention pond. In one of those plans, the pond includes a walking area around it, in the same shape as the current track. It looks like the track itself would become a trail of some sort.
It doesn’t appear that saving the speedway is an option in any of the current plans.
View the property listing here.