Partnership Breaks Ground On What Will Be One Of South Florida’s Largest Class A Industrial Parks

Butters Construction & Development broke ground Thursday, December 3, on First Park Miami, First Industrial’s newest industrial development.

Mayor Roberto Martell, the Town of Medley, the Medley Town Council as well as First Industrial Realty Trust Senior Regional Director Chris Willson and Investment Officer Bradley Kluever and Malcolm and Mark Butters of Butters Construction & Development were amongst the guests in attendance.

Situated on 126 acres between NW 80th and NW 90th Street on NW 87th Avenue in Medley,  First Park Miami will be one of the largest Class A Industrial Parks in South Florida upon completion. It will be comprised of up to 2.5 million square feet of logistics space spread over as many as 13 buildings. Phase I will include three buildings, totaling 600,000 SF, featuring 32’‐36′ clear heights, 120’ to 180’ truck courts, extensive dock‐high loading, and an ESFR sprinkler system.

The site provides easy access to South Florida’s major highway network. First Park Miami will serve all businesses looking to upgrade and modernize their operations in a rare infill location. A Q3 2021 delivery is expected for Phase I. Butters Construction & Development is serving as the general contractor. The architect for the industrial development is RLC Architects. The project is wholly owned by First Industrial Realty Trust, which has tapped CBRE’s Devin WhiteDavid Albert and Andrew Fernandez to lease the project.

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