Wilmer, TX - A Dallas developer working in partnership with a Japanese investor is finishing up work on two major industrial buildings off Interstate 45 south of Dallas. Dallas' Port Logistics Reality and Diamond Realty Investments, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corp.
built the 1.5 million square-foot Southport Logistics Park in Wilmer.
The big warehouses are the first phase of a 531-acre business park the two firms are building.
The project is near Union Pacific Railway's intermodal facility and the FedEx Ground hub in I-45.
Contractor Cadence McShane Construction Co. built the two warehouses.
The first 1.08 million square foot building was finished in February. And construction on the second, 395,099 square foot warehouse opens this month.
"Drawing upon our extensive warehouse/distribution construction experience, Cadence McShane successfully streamlined the consecutive deliveries of the first two buildings at this highly anticipated development for our valued client, Port Logistics Reality," Cadence McShane's Will Hodges said in a statement.
Along with the Wilmer development, Port Logistics Realty is also building warehouse projects in Grand Prairie and Georgia.
Source: Dallas Morning News