Amazon is building another huge shipping area in southern Dallas.
The e-commerce giant has plans to occupy a more than 1 million-square-foot structure located south of Interstate 20. The Southlink Logistics Center on Cleveland Road was developed by Houston-based developer Hines.
Hines filed plans with the state to end up out the warehouse for the new renter. Real estate brokers who are tracking the offer state the building will be used by Amazon.
Amazon submitted a building license with the city of Dallas for the space on July 8.
The more than $41 million task is set to begin this month. Stantec Architecture is creating the new storage facility space.
The huge distribution center had actually previously been prepared as a storage facility and warehouse for California-based food market service firm Zume Inc. However Zume didn’t move ahead with the area.
Hines authorities declined to comment about Amazon’s lease at the structure.
Hines developed the job off Bonnie View Roadway as part of a prepared larger industrial park.
Amazon is currently North Texas’ largest storage facility building tenant.
The digital retailer has more than 11 million square feet of circulation area in the Dallas-Fort Worth location and plans to include another 2.3 million square feet of regional circulation area through completion of this year, according to a current report from Costar.
Up until now this year, Amazon has actually included significant North Texas shipping centers in West Dallas, near DFW International Airport and in Southern Dallas County. More Amazon storage facility area is on the way in Forney east of Dallas.
Amazon has actually been increase its D-FW shipping operations as demand has grown with the pandemic.
North Texas is among the nation’s fastest-growing commercial structure markets, with about 15 million square feet of net leasing so far this year.