Mark Dzulynsky

Associate Advisor
SVN | BlackStream

Mark Dzulynsky joined SVN | Blackstream in 2019 as an Associate Advisor. Mark focuses on land sales for industrial, residential and multifamily projects. Prior to joining SVN | Blackstream, he was involved with various overseas projects one of which was the reconstruction of the US Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine. He has more than 25 years of entrepreneurship to include a dozen companies in different industries. He’s worked with Fortune 500 companies, government dignitaries, city officials and CEO’s on 5 continents in countries like India, Ukraine, Peru, Turkey and Hong Kong. Motto: “Turn Everything You Do into Gold.” Mark has spent most of his life overseas – traveling, meeting, learning, negotiating, selling and buying. He arrived to Greenville in order to build and develop Greenville MSA into a world-class destination. What Mark loves most about Greenville is the people – their friendliness, openness, uniqueness and warm-heartedness. He hopes that they never change! Mark’s hobbies include Olympic weightlifting, technology, reading and cooking. His goal in life: to be 1% better today than yesterday.

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Commercial Land
For Sale
Opportunity Zone Land 329 AC Build to Suit or Design Build for Industrial Development ±1,500,000 ft.²
HWY 29 329.49 AC, Anderson, South Carolina 29626
$5,300,000
329.49 Acres
Opportunity Zone Land for Industrial Build to Suit or Design Build Industrial Development ±1,500,000 ft.² on Hwy 29, 7.6 miles south of I-85, 2.25 hours from Atlanta or Charlotte Anderson County lies just along I-85 in the northwestern portion of upstate South Carolina, equidistant to Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC. The area, with one of the lowest costs of living in the United States, is a thriving industrial, commercial, and tourist center. With more than 15 universities and colleges within 50 miles of Anderson, there are many great higher education options for students. With all of these, Anderson County has the integrated resources available to help train and develop a highly skilled workforce with the prestigious education and training programs of institutions including Anderson University, Clemson University, and Tri County Technical College. Anderson County is also home to 55,950 acre Lake Hartwell, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake with nearly 1,000 miles of shoreline for residential and recreational use. Its communities have a small-town feel that make people want to stay. From a temperate Southern climate and Lake Hartwell to leading universities and a variety of arts programs, Anderson County offers an unmatched combination of quality of life features that makes for an ideal location for all of its citizens. *The information contained herein was obtained by sources deemed to be reliable. However, BlackStream, LLC makes no guarantees, warranties, or representations as to the completeness or accuracy thereof.
11/20/2019 9:55:53 PM   1/26/2020 7:14:08 PM
Commercial Industrial
For Lease
435 E Shockley Ferry Rd
435 E Shockley Ferry Rd, Anderson, South Carolina 29624
$2.75 /SqFt NNN
11.13 Acres
For lease: 55,000 ft.² extremely well developed and designed single story brick and steel industrial building, with various use Warehouse/Distribution or Manufacturing plant, with 11 dock doors, sprinklers, motion-sensor LED lighting, new TPO roof (2019), railroad accessible, Duke Power substation onsite, on Hwy 29, 5 miles from Electrolux, Michelin and 1st Quality Paper Anderson County lies just along I-85 in the northwestern portion of upstate South Carolina, equidistant to Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC. The area, with one of the lowest costs of living in the United States, is a thriving industrial, commercial, and tourist center. With more than 15 universities and colleges within 50 miles of Anderson, there are many great higher education options for students. With all of these, Anderson County has the integrated resources available to help train and develop a highly skilled workforce with the prestigious education and training programs of institutions including Anderson University, Clemson University, and Tri County Technical College. Anderson County is also home to 55,950 acre Lake Hartwell, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake with nearly 1,000 miles of shoreline for residential and recreational use. Its communities have a small-town feel that make people want to stay. From a temperate Southern climate and Lake Hartwell to leading universities and a variety of arts programs, Anderson County offers an unmatched combination of quality of life features that makes for an ideal location for all of its citizens. *The information contained herein was obtained by sources deemed to be reliable. However, BlackStream, LLC makes no guarantees, warranties, or representations as to the completeness or accuracy thereof.
11/8/2019 7:22:47 PM   1/8/2020 8:39:55 PM
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