Hillwood proposes another speculative building at Cecil Commerce Center

The master developer says the construction time frame will depend on market conditions.

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AllianceFlorida at Cecil Commerce Center master developer Hillwood is proposing another speculative warehouse.

Dallas-based Hillwood proposes the 450,000-square-foot Building A-2 in the 13000 block of 103rd Street in the Westside business park owned by the city.

The building site is next to the Wayfair distribution center under development.

A site plan shows the structure backs up to the General Electric Oil & Gas valve manufacturing plant.

Hillwood Senior Vice President Dan Tatsch said construction of the spec building will depend on how quickly other warehouses lease up around Northeast Florida.

He said the building might or might not be its next spec building, but is the one “furthest along in concept.”

Site plans show about 400 auto parking spaces and about 140 trailer park positions.