The park is proposed for tracts north and south of Cassville-White Road, west of I-75 exit 296.
Developers envision two buildings on the south side of the park and four on the north side.
Brandon Johnson, the zoning division manager for the Bartow County Community Development Department, said he had no indication from the developers that there would be any significant changes from the original plans.
The project calls for development across 1.65 million square feet of property. The value of the development, when build-out is completed in 2020, is estimated at $85 million.
A Development of Regional Impact statement was submitted to the state — under the name Stone Mountain Industrial Park Inc. — because of the size of the project.
The Northwest Georgia Regional Commission will get a chance to review the plans and make a recommendation on how it could affect surrounding counties.
The latest DRI documents indicate that the completed project would generate approximately $1.3 million a year in real and personal property taxes.
The original plans submitted for the project showed five buildings, the two largest at 400,000 square feet each and the smallest at 64,000 square feet.
Johnson said he expects to get a formal rezoning application from the developers next week for review at the April 1 Bartow Planning Commission meeting.
Final action from sole Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor is set for April 3.
Bartow County would provide water service to the park which, according to the DRI, is expected to use upwards of 100,000 gallons of water per day — depending on the type of industry that might locate there.
Estimates are the development would draw an additional 160 vehicles per hour on Cassville-White Road during peak hours.
The development continues the trend of private industrial park development in Bartow County.
Cartersville Bartow County Economic Development Director Melinda Lemmon said the Highlands 75 park, east of I-75 off exit 296 is also a publicly developed industrial park.