Developer Proposes e-Commerce Distribution Hub In South Miami

Aug 04, 2020 No Comments by

Ryan Companies US proposed an e-commerce distribution warehouse near Kendall Tamiami Executive Airport.

Miami-Dade County officials received a pre-application for the 9.6-acre site on the west side of Southwest 132nd Avenue, just north of Southwest 136th Street. The site is on the north side of University Credit Union, about four blocks east of the airport.

Ryan Cos., a Minneapolis-based developer, has the vacant property under contract from TCAG LLC. Founded in 1938, the company is a nationwide developer in most sectors of commercial real estate. Its recent projects include an Amazon.com fulfillment center in Tucson, Arizona.

The company’s Kendall project would be an e-commerce hub warehouse of 57,600 square feet that would rise 45 feet, plenty of space to stack goods high. There would be 339 parking spaces, with 105 for personal vehicles and 234 for delivery vans, plus another five spaces for loading box trucks. There would be 10 loading bays in the warehouse.

The application doesn’t indicate who the tenant would be, but the facility was clearly designed for a busy delivery service. The architect is BL Cos. Kimley-Horn is the planning firm.

 

Source:  SFBJ

 

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