U.S. AutoForce leases 127,000 square feet from Pattillo along Imeson Road

The company distributes auto parts, tires and lubricants from 65 distribution centers in 35 states.

  • By Max Marbut
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U.S. Autoforce leased space for a distribution center at 6040 Imeson Road.
U.S. Autoforce leased space for a distribution center at 6040 Imeson Road.
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Pattillo Industrial Real Estate said March 28 that U.S. AutoForce has leased 127,000 square feet of space at 6040 Imeson Road in Northwest Jacksonville.

U.S .AutoForce plans to move into the building in June, according to Pattillo.

Jose Mata  is the director of operations.

The Wisconsin-based company distributes auto parts, lubricants and tires from 65 distribution centers in 35 states

Gary Marcy of CBRE and Pattillo Vice President Peter Anderson.
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Gary Marcy, Ben Stewart and Jeff Kapcheck of CBRE real estate represented US AutoForce in the lease agreement.

Dana B. Kenyon Co. built the almost 173,000-square-foot Imeson Building 2 at a cost of $17 million, which includes site clearing and the foundation.

Pattillo Vice President Peter Anderson said in February the building would be ready for tenant build-out at the end of that month.

He said about 46,000 square feet remains available for lease.

Building 1 is the completed BMW regional parts distribution center at 5560 Imeson Road.

The city issued a permit Feb. 6 for Pattillo to build the almost 298,000-square-foot speculative Building 3 at 5800 Imeson Road at a cost of $10.5 million.

Counting the site-clearing and foundation permits, the total reaches $18 million. Dana B. Kenyon Co. is the contractor.

The site is at northwest Imeson and Pritchard roads.

The property is part of Westside Industrial Park, which Pattillo affiliate Stone Mountain Industrial Park developed. Atlanta-based Stone Mountain is a member of the land ownership LLC.



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