Foundry Business has damaged floor on IGP 95/Logistics Park, a three-building industrial improvement totaling roughly 510,000 sq. toes in St. Augustine, Fla., inside the South Jacksonville submarket. Miller Building Co. is the overall contractor. Completion is scheduled for the third quarter.
The event workforce additionally contains C4 Structure, The Avanti Group as structural engineer and Matthews Design Group as civil engineer. Foundry Business’s workforce of Accomplice Mark Scott and Senior Affiliate John Cole will market the property for lease.
Plans name for 3 rear-load, tilt-wall, single-story buildings geared up with 60-foot pace bays, ESFR sprinkler techniques, 3,800 amps of energy, 120-foot truck courts every and a complete of 465 automobile parking spots. Two speculative workplace suites are additionally deliberate, measuring 2,454 sq. toes in every constructing.
constructing 100 will complete 193,600 sq. toes and embrace 68 columns and 32-foot clear heights
constructing 200 will embody 205,700 sq. toes, 32-foot clear heights and 72 columns
constructing 300 will measure 110,600 sq. toes and have 28-foot clear heights and 30 columns
IGP 95/Logistics Park will take form at 3405 Worldwide Golf Parkway. It’s a part of the 996-acre master-planned World Commerce Heart, which is ready to incorporate workplace, retail, warehouse and lodge developments. Jacksonville-based Steinemann & Co. is the developer for World Commerce Heart.
The location is on farmland that features a excessive water desk, the place Miller’s preconstruction workforce deliberate the excavating and basis procedures. The 43-acre lot is near Interstate 95 and 11 miles from Northeast Florida Regional Airport, 30 miles from Jacksonville, Fla., 35 miles from JAXPORT and inside 45 miles of Jacksonville Worldwide Airport.
Extra industrial house coming to Jacksonville
Latest tasks embrace PCCP’s 337,000-square-foot speculative industrial facility in Jacksonville, Fla. The corporate broke floor earlier this month and is constructing the undertaking with associate Midwest Industrial Funds inside Westlake Industrial Park. CIBC Financial institution offered $19.3 million in building financing for the undertaking.
Final summer season, Merritt Properties commenced building on Imeson Touchdown Enterprise Park’s second part. The developer will add two buildings totaling 128,400 sq. toes and likewise bought 16 extra acres of land for additional expansions.