Foundry Commercial Planning Distribution Warehouse In Miami

Oct 29, 2020 No Comments by

An affiliate of Foundry Commercial wants to build a “delivery station” warehouse with an e-commerce type design near Opa-Locka Executive Airport.

The project would be near an 855,000-square-foot fulfillment center that Foundry Commercial completed several years ago.

Foundry IV LLC, an affiliate of Foundry Commercial, filed a pre-application with Miami-Dade County officials for the 24-acre site at the southwest corner of Northwest 37th Avenue/Douglas Road and theoretical Northwest 151st Street. It’s part of the Carrie Meek International Business Park site that Foundry Commercial and the nonprofit Carrie Meek Foundation leases from the county.

The new warehouse would total 112,104 square feet. The site plan by Langan Engineering and Environmental Services labels it a “delivery station” and has a large parking field for cars, vans, trucks and loading. There would be 285 spaces for cars, including 201 for employees, 610 spaces for vans, 60 spaces for loading vans, 60 spaces for staging vans, and nine spaces for big trucks – a configuration commonly used by e-commerce companies. With a surge in online sales during the Covid-19 pandemic, many e-commerce companies are seeking more space in South Florida.




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