The Silverman Group, CBRE Bring 1 Million SF Of Spec Warehouse Space To The Florida Market

CBRE has been retained by SL Industrial Partners, an affiliate of The Silverman Group, to market Interstate Crossroads Logistics Center, a new state-of-the-art industrial building totaling 1 million square feet in Fort Pierce.

SL Industrial Partners broke ground on the project, located at 5001 Crossroads Parkway, in 2021 after purchasing the 132-acre development site from FLF Holdings.

CBRE’s Robert Smith and Kirk Nelson will be leading the marketing efforts. Spaces ranging from 250,000 square feet to 1 million square feet will be available for lease immediately.

“Interstate Crossroads Logistics Center is one of the largest speculative developments in South Florida during a time when we are experiencing a shortage of industrial and warehouse space market-wide. Centrally situated between Interstate 95 and Florida’s Turnpike, the property is ideally suited for national or regional distribution tenants looking for access to Palm Beach County, Miami, and Orlando,” said CBRE Executive Vice President Nelson.

Interstate Crossroads Logistics Center features 40-foot ceiling height, LED lighting, ESFR sprinklers, 232 dock doors, four drive-in doors, 474 parking spaces, and 411 trailer spaces.

“We are very pleased to work with CBRE on this exciting opportunity for the greater Florida industrial market. Having a building of this caliber and size ready for occupancy is instrumental in today’s construction environment. The Interstate Crossroads Logistics Center will offer tenants unparalleled opportunity to establish and grow in the greater Florida market,” said Blake Silverman, president of The Silverman Group.

 

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