Ace Logistics to Expand at Chesapeake Commerce Center

The company will occupy a total of 351,000 square feet at the property owned by Duke Realty Corp., including a new 182,00-square-foot warehouse facility.
Overview of Chesapeake Commerce Center, adjacent to the Port of Baltimore. Image courtesy of Duke Realty
Overview of Chesapeake Commerce Center, adjacent to the Port of Baltimore. Image courtesy of Duke Realty

Ace Logistics has signed a lease for an upcoming 182,000-square-foot built-to-suit warehouse at Duke Realty Corp.’s Chesapeake Commerce Center, a 177-acre industrial campus in Baltimore. The new development will be filling the last parcel of undeveloped land.

Ace also renewed its lease for a 169,000-square-foot building at 5900 Holabird Ave., within the center. Located at 6000 Holabird Ave., the new property will be close to Interstate 95 and will offer convenient access to the Port of Baltimore and the Seagirt and Dundalk Marine terminals.

Duke Realty acquired the parcel back in 2005, when it was home to a General Motors assembly plant, and redeveloped the space. The property is now anchored by Amazon, which occupies more than 1 million square feet in three warehouses. Other tenants include Berry Global, A&S Services and Johns Hopkins Home Care Group.

JLL’s Peter Hajimihalis and Ben Meisels worked on behalf of Ace Logistics, while CBRE’s Justin Mohler represented Duke Realty, which owns 2.6 million square feet of warehouse and logistics space in the Baltimore area.