C&W to Market Planned Tampa Development

Keating Resources’ planned industrial facility, consisting of nearly 180,000 square feet of Class A space, is designed to accommodate up to six tenants.

Rendering of the Tampa Fulfillment Center in Tampa, Fla.
Rendering of the Tampa Fulfillment Center in Tampa, Fla.

Keating Resources has chosen Cushman & Wakefield to market its Tampa Fulfillment Center, a planned, 179,080-square-foot industrial development in southeastern Tampa, Fla. The owner anticipates breaking ground on the project this May and delivering it in early 2019. The marketing team—led by John Jackson, Julia Rettig, Jessica Mizrahi and Mike Davis—will promote the property for sale or lease. Most of this team was recently assigned to handle leasing of another Keating Class A industrial asset in Tampa.

Located at 3301 E. Clark St., the development site is approximately three miles from Tampa’s city center. The owners are positioning the building as a last-mile fulfillment center, given its proximity to both Tampa and St. Petersburg via the Selmon Expressway. Keating plans to include features tailoring the asset to last-mile users, which include drive-in and drive-out ramp options, a segregated traffic flow apart from parking and storage, a generous truck court and a parking ratio of two spaces per 1,000 square feet.

“Flexibility and location are the key selling points for this property,” said Jackson, director with Cushman & Wakefield’s Tampa industrial brokerage, in a prepared statement. “From this site, users will have access to over a million Hillsborough County residents within 30 minutes.”

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