The 460,319-square-foot distribution center is designed on about 30 acres at Pritchard and Directors roads.
The city is reviewing civil engineering plans for Westlake I, a speculative warehouse proposed by Pattillo Industrial Real Estate in Westlake TradeCenter along Pritchard Road.
Through Westlake Land LLC, Atlanta-based Pattillo proposes the 460,319-square-foot structure on about 30 acres at Pritchard and Directors roads in West Jacksonville.
Pattillo Vice President of Development Peter Anderson estimates a $35 million investment.
Connelly & Wicker Inc. is the civil engineer. Randall-Paulson Architects is the architect
The site is in Pattillo’s WestLake Trade Center within Westlake Industrial Park.
Anderson said July 25 that pending approvals, Pattillo will break ground by year-end for completion in the fourth quarter of 2023 for tenant build-out.
It is designed for a single tenant but could be divided for two, Anderson said.
No contractor has been signed and the property has not been listed with a tenant representative, he said.
Pattillo affiliate Stone Mountain Industrial Park Inc., through Westlake Land LLC, bought 96.3 acres at Pritchard and Directors roads from Denver-based Prologis Inc. in January 2016 for about $7.2 million. It registered Westlake TradeCenter as a fictitious name with the state in 2018.
Anderson said in January 2019 that Pattillo can develop up to 1.4 million square feet of space on the property.
Westlake TradeCenter is designed to comprise three buildings.
The first was the 486,146-square-foot speculative Westlake III cross-dock facility on 23.77 acres at 9950 Pritchard Road.
It was leased to Iron Mountain.
Cushman & Wakefield Managing Directors Tyler Newman and Jacob Horsley were the listing brokers. JLL Senior Managing Director Luke Pope and Ed Soriano, of JLL, were the tenant representatives.
Anderson said preliminary plans are being developed for Westlake II.
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