Cushman & Wakefield announced today that the commercial real estate services firm has arranged the sale of Tampa Fulfillment Center, an approximately 178,400-square-foot Class A industrial property located in Tampa, Florida.
Rick Brugge, Mike Davis, Rick Colon, Dominic Montazemi, Zachary Eicholtz, and Jordan Stenholm of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller, Keating Resources, in the sale of the property to KKR.
“This is a fantastic building because of the modern Class A design and infill location two miles east of Tampa’s downtown,” Brugge said.
Located at 101 South 34th Street, the warehouse/distribution building is 100% leased. The state-of-the-art last mile facility features tilt wall construction, 32’ minimum clear heights, ESFR fire suppression, 3-phase power, 1.7/1,000 sf parking ratio, a 130’ wide, 8” thick concrete truck court, LED lighting, 52’ x 50’ column spacing, and 2,400 amp, 3-phase power.
Each of the six approximately 28,000-square-foot bays have eight dock-high doors and a 12’ x 14’ drive-in door on both the front and the back, creating a modified cross-dock configuration supporting flow-through logistics to accommodate small and large distribution and warehouse users.