Sunbeam Development has announced plans to build MPC-28, an 80,000 square-foot spec distribution building in Phase 4A of the Miramar Park of Commerce.
Scheduled for completion in the third quarter of 2013, MPC-28 will be 32-feet clear, 165 feet deep and have a 145-foot non-shared truck court. In addition, the building will be equipped with an ESFR fire sprinkler system, which is ideal for warehouses and distribution centers and offers more efficient protection than in-rack systems.
MPC-28 will be adjacent to MPC-27, an 87,540 square-foot spec distribution building with identical features that will open in the Park later this year and is 55 percent leased. MPC-27 and MPC-28 are the first spec buildings in the Park since 2007.
“There is a growing demand for this space, particularly from national tenants that require state-of-the-art facilities,” said Andrew Ansin, vice president of Sunbeam Development, developer of the Park. “Strong leasing interest in MPC-27 led us to move forward with announcing our plans for MPC-28.”
In June, Sunbeam Properties broke ground on MPC-27, a 87,540 square-foot spec distribution building, also located in Phase 4A of the park. The building was the first spec building in the Park since 2007 and is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2012.
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