Dermody Completes Phase 1 of Dallas Distribution Center

Phase One of LogistiCenter at Dallas comprises a 626,439-square-foot distribution center that is expandable to 1.1 million square feet.

LogistiCenter at Dallas
LogistiCenter at Dallas

Dermody Properties finished Phase One of LogistiCenter at Dallas, a two-building industrial park.

Alliance Architects designed the building for Phase One and MYCON General Contractors served as the general contractors on the project. Dave Anderson, Nathan Lawrence and Krista Raymond of CBRE are marketing the facility on behalf of Dermody. 

E-Commerce Ready

Phase One comprises a 626,439-square-foot distribution center that is expandable to 1.1 million square feet. The Class A property features 111 loading docks, 262 parking spaces, 36-foot clear ceiling heights, four drive-in doors and 136 trailer spaces. The park is located on a 61.7-acre site at the intersection of Bonnie View Road and Logistics Drive in south Dallas. 

“The features of this facility make it e-commerce ready and suitable for local, regional and national operations alike,” said Patrick Gallagher, partner of the southwest region for Dermody Properties, in prepared remarks. “With the Phase One facility complete, we are setting our sights on Phase Two of the project, which will include the development of a 447,457-square-foot building that will also be e-commerce compliant.”

In July, Dermody purchased a vacant 111,043-square-foot Silicon Valley Industrial Center in San Jose, Calif.

Image courtesy of Dermody Properties