The world-class business park owned and managed by Bridge Industrial honored as “Outstanding Building of the Year,” advances to the Southern Regional Awards.
Bridge Point Gratigny will be a 409,000-square-foot+ logistics facility featuring in-demand tenant amenities, including 100+ secured, on-site trailer parking.
Anticipated to be completed in June 2024, this new roadway will significantly improve accessibility across the city and provide direct access to Bridge Industrial’s newest state-of-the-art South Florida logistics park: Bridge Point Doral.
This latest regional win adds to Bridge Point Commerce Center’s previous win at the local BOMA Miami-Dade awards competition earlier this year, showcasing the property’s commitment to providing world-class facilities and services to its tenants.
The JLL team of Executive Managing Director Sky Groden and Vice President Jeremy Cain will spearhead the property’s leasing.
Bridge plans a multi-million dollar reinvestment to upgrade the facilities and rename them Bridge Point Palmetto Lakes.
Gian Rodriguez, Wayne Ramoski, and Skylar Stein of Cushman & Wakefield will oversee leasing efforts for both speculative and build-to-suit development on behalf of the developer and owner, Bridge Industrial.
The project will cater to a variety of tenant space needs with planned buildings ranging from 165,000 to 900,000 square feet. The first building is set to be delivered in late 2023.
Bridge Point Gratigny will be a 409,000 SF+ logistics facility featuring in-demand tenant amenities, including 100+ secured, on-site trailer parking.
Phase I of the highly successful logistics park totals 1.1 MSF and is fully leased; Phase II totals 1.6 MSF of Class-A industrial space and will be delivered in 3Q 2023.
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