Houston-based real estate investment firm Lovett Industrial has begun construction on two large industrial buildings that it says is the largest industrial project under construction in infill Dallas.
Called Trinity West Buildings II and III, the project is in the West Dallas submarket. The buildings are part of the larger Trinity West Business Park development at the northwest corner of Singleton Boulevard and Norwich Street.
“These will be first-class facilities in a truly unique location within a dynamic logistics market,” Colby Everett, director at Lovett Industrial, said in a statement on the build-to-suit development. “This announcement represents partnerships with highly respected users who are a great fit for the park, and we look forward to the continued collaboration with current and future occupiers within the project.”
One is for a logistics company—and one’s being built on behalf of Dallas County
Lovett said that Building II is is a 763,960 square foot cross-dock facility being built for a global logistics company—reportedly Ryder Logistics, according to the Dallas Morning News. Building III, a 196,996 square foot warehouse, is being constructed on behalf of Dallas County, the company said.
The buildings are less than five miles west of downtown Dallas and sit on 140 acres off Singleton Boulevard.
Lovett said its key location in the heart of the city provides immediate proximity to an abundant labor pool, along with excellent accessibility to freeways including Interstates 30 and 35, and Loop 12. The business park will feature robust circulation drives, significant queuing capacity, multiple access points, and excess trailer parking, Lovett said.
Lovett’s fifth industrial development in DFW
Once completed, Trinity West Business Park will be home to three buildings totaling just under 2 million square feet. Building I was completed recently and is a more-than 1 million-square-foot state-of-the art cross-dock building, which is available for lease to tenants and fielding requirements for 500,000 to 1 million square feet, Lovett said.
Marketing and leasing efforts for Trinity West are handled by Steve Berger of CBRE.
The user/purchaser of Building II was represented by Brad Struck, Clint Manning, and Darren Woodson of Cresa. The user/purchaser of Building III, Dallas County, was represented by Peter Jansen of CBRE.
Arch-Con Corp. is the general contractor for both projects.
Lovett said that Trinity West Phase II is its fifth industrial development in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Other projects include Texport Logistics Center, Lovett 35 Logistics Park, Trinity West Phase I, Innovation Ridge Logistics Park, and Wylie Business Center, which comprise over 4.1 million square feet of completed and under-construction space.
Lovett Industrial is active in six additional markets across the nation and has roughly 7 million square feet under construction companywide.
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