Leasing Begins At Second Lakeland Logistics Center Building

Jun 21, 2017 No Comments by

Cushman & Wakefield announced today that Building 200 at Lakeland Logistics Center is online and available for lease just months after it assisted ownership in bringing the newly developed warehouse and distribution campus’ first building to full occupancy.

The Cushman & Wakefield brokerage team of Director Julia Silva Rettig, Associate Jessica Mizrahi, Executive Managing Director Mike Davis, Associate Director Jared Bonshire and Senior Associate David Perez have begun leasing Building 200 on behalf a joint venture of Ridge Development and an institutional real estate partner.

Lakeland Logistics Center, Polk County’s most-recent speculative cross-dock project, comprises two 245,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution buildings. Building 100 was delivered in early 2015 and fully leased by the team this spring. Development of Building 200 began in mid–2016. The site, located at 2011 Memorial Boulevard, also features six additional acres of land which may be utilized as additional car parking or trailer storage.

Building 200 is a Class A built-to-suit facility capable of front-load or cross-dock configurations. The asset features a depth of 350 feet, 32-foot clear heights, 50-foot x 57-foot column spacing with 60-foot staging bay, 74 overhead doors, three-phase 480-volt power, T–5 lighting, an ESFR (Early Suppression, Fast Response) fire safety system and 45 trailer spaces. The building offers 17,500-square-foot bays and is divisible to 43,750 square feet.

Lakeland Logistics Center is situated approximately one mile from Exit 28 on Interstate 4. The distribution campus is located 32 miles from Tampa and 48 miles from Orlando. There are 8.8 million people living within a 100-mile radius of the facility. This central location amidst a large concentration of potential consumers is ideal for a distribution center.

 

“Building 200 at Lakeland Logistics Center is a modern distribution center generating significant interest from users,” said Silva Rettig. “The building’s location, dimensions and functionality can accommodate a wide variety of uses. That flexibility is a key driver in a fast-moving market that values the ability to adapt quickly to change.”

 

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