Tyson Street Complex


Distribution Warehousing

is provided for domestic & international tenants in this block-long complex.
We also manufacture Yurts and record music here.

CertainTeed product

2211 Tyson Street

  • 71,160 Sq. Ft. with 12’ to 18’ clear span and 20’ by 50’ column spacing
  • 12,000 Sq. Ft. 13.5’ clear span. Columns 20’ x 40’ and 12’ x 18’
    30,000 Sq. Ft. 16.5’ clear span
  • 8-10” concrete floors.
    One 15’ X 16’ drive-in door for sideloading tractor trailers +
    3 standard drive indoors
  • 2 enclosed loading docks 24’ X 14’
  • Restrooms & break room.
    City water & sewer
  • 1500 Sq. Ft. offices (19’X 30’, 12’ X 30’ & 12’ X 16’)
  • Sprinkler system for fire protection
  • Security electronically monitored

CertainTeed product

2213 Tyson Street

  • 82,008 Sq. Ft. top level with 11’ to 18’ clear span & 12’ X 16’ & 16’ X 20’ column spacing
  • 48,828 Sq. Ft. lower level with 8.5’ ceiling & 16’ X 20’ column spacing
  • 3 enclosed loading docks 21’ X 12.5’ + 1 drive in-door 10’ X 9’
  • City water & sewer. Picking product, loading, unloading, and deliveries are optional.
  • 800 Sq. Ft. office with restroom

Featured Spaces
  • Manufacturing Space

    Manufacturing Space
    Entrepreneur Stephen Caro makes these portable circular dwellings in his Tyson Street shop. The lattice wood structures covered with canvas are sold nationally by his Great Lakes Yurts Co.
  • Distribution Warehousing

    Distribution Warehousing
    Truck loading and unloading, storage and short-run delivery service is available by licensed drivers in our clean, well-organized warehouse.
  • Shipping and Receiving

    Shipping and Receiving
    Our professional (and friendly) staff are here to safely handle your merchandise from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • Easy Access to I-94 & U.S. 127

    Easy Access to I-94 & U.S. 127
    Conveniently located 35 miles south of Lansing, 30 miles west of Ann Arbor, 70 miles west of Detroit’s Sea & Air Port of Entry & 35 miles east of Battle Creek’s Air Port of Entry.

Tenant Testimonial

"I love my shop in the Tyson building. The office and maintenance people are positive and helpful, like a big family. We work around each other. I like being part of what’s happening with these historical buildings, all the new people and interesting things they’re doing."

— Stephen Caro, Great Lakes Yurts

Historic Spotlight

Connecting Manufacturing History and Community

The Frost Gear and Forge Company was an automobile parts manufacturer founded in 1907 by Edward J. Frost. He was on the Jackson School Board from 1919 to 1937 and Frost Intermediate School was named in his honor. His company was purchased by Clark Equipment in 1928 and gears were forged here until 1937.

The Commercial Exchange purchased the building in the 1980’s to build Fans and Blowers. The venue has also housed Educator Sales, a company that built modular buildings to provide flexible classrooms for changing church and school populations.

Today we provide distribution warehousing for companies from around the globe.

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