Jacksonville Warehouse Changes Hands

Coca-Cola Beverages Florida acquired the industrial asset for more than $3 million. The building, constructed in 1993, contains approximately 106,000 square feet.
1707 Huron St.

Commercial Warehousing, a third-party logistics firm, has sold a 106,560-square-foot industrial asset in Jacksonville, Fla., to Coca-Cola Beverages Florida. The new owner, an independent bottler for the soft drink giant, paid $3.3 million for the property, according to Duval County records.

Located at 1707 Huron St., the structure is situated in Jacksonville’s booming Westside submarket, within a mile of CSX’s Moncrief railyard. The asset is a short drive from interstates 10 and 295 and roughly 5 miles from downtown Jacksonville. The Coca-Cola bottler also owns a two-building, 194,429-square-foot property one block south of the new acquisition, at 1411 Huron St., which it acquired in late 2016 for $15 million.

Commercial Warehousing purchased the property upon completion in 1993 for less than $200,000, per public records. The rear-load structure contains 10 dock-high loading doors, a drive-in door and a fenced truck court. Additionally, a rail spur, which predates the building, runs alongside the property.

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