Construction Underway For Next-Gen Green Warehouses In Doral

Foundry Commercial, in partnership with Modlo, the logistics platform of GLP Capital Partners, recently announced that construction has commenced on the Modlo Air Logistics Center located at 7777 NW 41st Street in Doral.

When completed, the distribution complex will encompass three LEED-certified warehouse buildings totaling over 495,000 square feet. The anticipated completion is targeted for summer 2022. In preparation for the new build, an older PepsiCo bottling facility that once sat on the 23.7-acre site was removed to make way for the new warehouse buildings, which will feature insulated glass, R-20 roofs, LED lighting, and electric car charging stations.

“As industrial remains one of the fastest-growing asset classes in the industry, it’s imperative that those of us developing new properties consider the environmental impacts and find ways to lessen our carbon footprints,” stated David Blount, Vice President, Foundry Commercial. “We’re proud to be teaming up with Modlo to develop new warehouses that will not only be more sustainable over time but will also reduce the operational costs for tenants now and in the future.”

The site is located within two miles of the Miami International Airport’s cargo entrance and is also near major expressways and Port Miami. The three structures – Building 1 (171,254 sq ft), Building 2 (173,716 sq ft), and Building 3 (150,103 sq ft) – will be equipped with 36-foot clear height ceilings and 54-foot column spacing.

In addition to Foundry Commercial, which is serving as the fee developer for the build, project collaborators include RLC Architects, Miller Construction, Puga & Associates International, DDA Engineers, and Kimley-Horn.

 

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