A Houston developer that’s been expanding its footprint in North Texas is building two more big warehouses with almost 1 million square feet of space.
The two industrial buildings are planned in the Trinity West Business Park at Singleton Boulevard and Norwich Street in West Dallas.
The developer has already landed companies to occupy both of the projects.
The largest of the buildings – 763,960 square feet – will be taken by Ryder Trucking, according to planning documents filed with the state. And the smaller building is being constructed to house operations of Dallas County.
“These will be first-class facilities in a truly unique location within a dynamic logistics market,” Lovett Industrial director Colby Everett said in a statement. “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.”
Lovett Industrial has already built a more than 1 million-square-foot warehouse in Trinity West Business Park’s first phase. The 140-acre industrial campus is near Interstate 30 and west of downtown Dallas.
CBRE Group’s Steve Berger negotiated the larger building sale with Brad Struck, Clint Manning and Darren Woodson of Cresa. And CBRE’s Peter Jansen brokered the transaction with Dallas County.
Arch-Con Corp is general contractor for the buildings, which cost almost $40 million.
The company has built five Dallas-Fort Worth projects totaling more than 4 million square feet. It’s currently building warehouses in more than a half dozen U.S. markets.
D-FW is the country’s fastest growing warehouse market with more than 70 million square feet under development.