DALLAS – Construction is advancing on DFW East Logistics Center, a three-building speculative project designed to leverage the record-low industrial vacancy in the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport submarket.
Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services and its Los Angeles-based investment partner are developing an 18-acre tract on the east side of the aiport, where the present industrial vacancy is less than 10 percent.
The LEED-designed project will add 259,555 sf of Class-A industrial space in single-story structures with 24- and 32-foot clear heights.
"We expect DFW East to be 40 to 60 percent leased when it delivers in the second quarter and fully leased by the end of 2016," says Joe Santaularia, a vice president with Dallas-based Bradford Commercial.
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