McCraney Breaks Ground on Tampa-Area Industrial Center

The development will be constructed in two phases, starting with phase one's Building 100 and 200. Spaces for Phase I will be available in the third quarter of 2017.

County Line Logistics Center
County Line Logistics Center

McCraney Property Co. broke ground on Phase I of County Line Logistic Center, the only spec industrial asset under construction in Plant City, Fla. Directors Julia Silva Rettig, Jared Bonshire, David Perez and Associate Jessica Mizrahi of Cushman & Wakefield have been tapped to oversee leasing for the project. 

Located at the intersection of County Line Road and Rice Road, the County Line Logistics Center will comprise 1.3 million square feet of industrial space, spanning across 70 acres. The development will be constructed in two phases, starting with phase one’s Building 100 and 200, totaling 293,280 square feet. Phase II will include Building 300, which will offer about 1 million square feet upon completion. 

The park will feature McCraney’s signature design of clean facades, clear heights up to 36 feet, ESFR sprinkler systems, rear-load and gross-dock configurations, off-dock trailer storage, dock-high and grade level loading and 52-foot column spacing. Spaces for Phase I will be available in the third quarter of 2017. 

“With the continuous traction of e-commerce, traditional freight forwarding companies are expanding their ‘hub and spoke’ presence, and national companies need large warehouse spaces to make the shipping and distribution process that much easier,” said Steven McCraney, president & CEO of McCraney Property Co., in prepared remarks. “County Line Logistics Center is perfectly situated – geographically and timing wise – to serve an untapped market for middle and large scale users alike.”

The development is in close proximity to Amazon, Publix Super Markets, O’Reilly Auto Parts, and Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits’ distribution facilities.

Image courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield