Imeson International Industrial Park Inc. is preparing to build a speculative warehouse in North Jacksonville.
Webb Southeast Construction Corp. of Orlando is the contractor for the almost $14.7 million, 408,600-square-foot project on about 24 acres at 10760 Yeager Road.
Cushman & Wakefield of Florida Managing Director Tyler Newman and Senior Director Jacob Horsley are representing the landlord.
Imeson International Industrial Park Inc. filed plans with the city in January for the warehouse in the North Jacksonville business center at northeast Main Street and Zoo Parkway.
The Orlando-based developer proposes a warehouse with 74 rear loading docks and 95 trailer parking spaces along with 212 – expandable to 425 – parking spaces.
No tenants are identified.
Imeson International Industrial Park Inc. President Dan Webb said by email July 8 the structure is a multitenant speculative building with a minimum tenant size of 100,000 square feet.
He anticipates completion in the second quarter of 2022.
Webb said he has interest from tenants in the market. He said “no comment” when asked if there was a chance it could be Amazon.com.
The e-commerce retailer already leases an almost 478,000-square-foot warehouse in Imeson International Industrial Park for a delivery station and is building it out.
Jacksonville-based EnVision Design + Engineering LLC is the agent and the civil engineer.
Ebert Norman Brady Architects is the architect.