Jackson-Shaw Breaks Ground on Jacksonville Tradeport Buildings

The buildings are slotted for completion by third quarter 2017.

By IvyLee Rosario

Map of Jackson International Tradeport
Map of Jackson International Tradeport

Jacksonville, Fla.—Jackson-Shaw has announced the groundbreaking of Jacksonville International Tradeport 3 & 4 in Jacksonville, Fla. The industrial facilities are designed for a vast array of users and add up to a total of 178,000 square feet. Building 3 will total 124,000 square feet with 32-foot heights, 37 dock high doors, 130-foot truck courts, one drive-in ramp, 109 parking spaces and 34 optional trailer storage spaces. Building 4 will consist of 54,000 square feet with 28-foot heights, 16 dock high doors, 130-foot truck courts, 31 parking spaces and 12 optional trailer drops.

“With only a handful of modern Class A options remaining in the market, now is the right time to build spec warehouse facilities in Jacksonville,” said Tyler Newman, director of Industrial Brokerage Services at Cushman & Wakefield, in prepared remarks. “With numerous prospects looking for space, we need aggressive developers like Jackson-Shaw to build this product type to meet the demand and support the region’s growth.”

The one-story industrial buildings, developed by Jackson-Shaw, are located on Jacksonville’s north side adjacent to the airport. This location gives tenants access to major thoroughfares such as I-95, I-295 and is within close proximity to all JAXPORT terminals.

“Buildings 3 & 4 are situated in the heart of Jacksonville International Tradeport, which is leased to a diverse group of tenants in the medical supply, food distribution, freight forwarding and exhibit/trade industries, including Mercedes-Benz and Coach USA,” added Michele Wheeler, president & COO of Jackson-Shaw.

Both buildings will be built using tilt-wall construction, rear-loading and cross-dock configurations and ESFR fire protection systems. Newman will lease the two facilities, construction funding is provided by BB&T and Jackson-Shaw investment partner, Thackeray Partners, co-owns the developments. The buildings are slotted for completion by the third quarter of 2017.

Image courtesy of Jackson-Shaw

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