Jackson-Shaw fills up Tradeport warehouse

The Dallas-based company says one building is leased, and another has space available.

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Jackson-Shaw announced July 21 that it has completely leased International DC 5 in Jacksonville International Tradeport in North Jacksonville.

The national real estate development company said the 93,600-square-foot Class A industrial building is leased by XPO Logistics Inc. and Priority Tire.

Priority Tire previously leased 52,000 square feet and XPO, a global logistics company, leased the remaining 41,600 square feet at 1594 Transport Court.

“International DC 5 has a lot to offer tenants between its location, modern building design and the logistical advantages it provides,” said Tyler Newman, director at Cushman Wakefield, who represented Jackson-Shaw.

R.E. Perry Co. represented XPO Logistics.

Dallas-based Jackson-Shaw also developed the 200,000-square-foot International DC 1 at 1750 Airport Road.

Mygrant Glass, a family-owned auto glass wholesaler, occupies 60,000 square feet in that building. Jackson-Shaw said 140,000 square feet remains available for lease.

Jackson-Shaw developed the project with its partner Link Logistics Real Estate, a New York-based industrial real estate agency.

Haskew Company is the general contractor and BB&T financed the construction.

Newman is managing the leasing assignment for the development.



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