Duke Realty Prepares Turnpike Crossing Industrial Park

The South Florida office of Duke Realty Corporation has announced that it will build two new speculative industrial buildings in its Turnpike Crossing industrial park in West Palm Beach.

By Balazs Szekely, Associate Editor

Turnpike Crossing
Rendering of Building 1

The South Florida office of Duke Realty Corporation has announced its plans to construct two new industrial buildings in its West Palm Beach industrial park, Turnpike Crossing. The speculative developments will provide modern bulk warehouse space for users with immediate needs.

Located in the west central portion of Palm Beach County, Turnpike Crossing encompasses 67.2 acres that can accommodate 882,850 square feet in up to six Class A warehouses with 32′ clear heights. Due to its location, the industrial park is conveniently accessible from Florida’s Turnpike via Jog Road, while two other nearby roads provide northbound access to the Turnpike and I-95. The development is also close to South Florida ports and Palm Beach International Airport.

The new, 122,400-square-foot and 102,850-square-foot assets are being built adjacent to one another in the northeast corner of the development. Each of them will have 32′ minimum clear height, 40′ x 50′ column spacing, and 50′ x 50′ dock bays. Building 1 will include 41 dock doors and Building 2 will include 34 dock doors. The two buildings will share a 180′ truck court, with 212 parking spaces for Building 1 and 164 parking spaces for Building 2. Both buildings will have tilt-up concrete walls, 50 mil TPO mechanically attached roofs and ESFR (Early Suppression, Fast Response) sprinkler systems.

The buildings are slated for delivery in March 2016.