Wayne Ramoski, Gian Rodriguez and Margaret Sidor of Cushman & Wakefield’s South Florida office have been named exclusive leasing agents for Bridge Point Crossroads (BPC), Bridge Development Partners’ latest speculative industrial venture in South Florida and first in Miami-Dade County.
Last week, Bridge closed on a 28 acre site off NW 107th Avenue and what will be NW 148th Street, paving the way for the 700,000-plus square foot project situated on a total of 45 acres, bookended by NW 107th Ave and NW 112th Ave. at the crossroad of NW 148th Street.
The initial phase of the project, dubbed BPC West, will present a +/-242,000 square-foot building on the 17 acre site fronting NW 112th Ave., Offering rear-load warehouse bays from +/- 21,000 SF and a secure fenced truck court, BPC will be the first Class-A industrial park for lease within Hialeah Gardens.
“BPC’s immediate access to Florida’s Turnpike, Interstate 75 and State Road 826 are one of main reasons we are excited about the site,” said Kevin Carroll, Bridge Development’s Principal for South Florida. “And with the new Turnpike and NW 138th Street road improvements currently planned, it’s only going to get better.”
With an anticipated 4th quarter 2015 delivery date, the first building at BPC will offer clear ceiling heights of 32 feet, 54-foot column spacing, T-5 energy-efficient lighting, 120-foot secured truck courts and an ESFR fire sprinkler system. Built-to-suit opportunities will also be considered.
“We’re bullish on the area,” said Ramoski, who also represented Bridge in the acquisition of the sites. “If you need immediate access to the tri-county area via the Turnpike or I-75, BPC sits right between those two major thoroughfares.”
In August, Bridge Development paid $5 million for 9.7 acres at 3501 Burris Road (3501 SW 46th Ave.) in Davie, with plans to build its fourth South Florida industrial facility.
The 145,800 square-foot facility is expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2015.