Pontikes Development will break ground on a 3 million-square-foot speculative warehouse and distribution park near Port Houston. The project will be built in phases, with the first one slated for delivery in the third quarter of 2018.
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Houston-based Pontikes Development plans to develop a 3 million-square-foot distribution center in Baytown to serve companies handling products from plastic pellets to finished retail goods.
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Houston-based Pontikes Development will soon break ground on a 3 million-square-foot speculative warehouse and distribution park near Port Houston.
JLL's John Talhelm, who will be marketing the property alongside Kevin Erck, said the park will sit at one of the last available tracts of Port-adjacent land that could accommodate such a park.
"This is the last large developable tract sitting on a major freeway," Talhelm said
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HOUSTON, Oct. 18, 2017 – Houston-based Pontikes Development is set to break ground on Port 10 Logistics Center, a rail-served Class A industrial development that will encompass 3 million square feet of warehouse and distribution space on Interstate 10, near the Houston Ship Channel. The first phase of the project is scheduled to deliver in the third quarter of 2018.
JLL's John Talhelm and Kevin Erck will lead the leasing and marketing efforts on behalf of Pontikes Development, LLC.
"Port 10 Logistics Center is being developed with logistics in mind," said Erck. "It will offer over half a mile of frontage on I-10, rail service, benefits of a Foreign Trade Zone, and is situated proximate to Port Houston's two container terminals as well as two other deep-water terminals. All of these factors combine to create a one-of-a-kind multimodal logistics destination that will support anything from retail distribution to plastics resins packaging."
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A state of the art logistics center featuring multi-modal capabilities for truck, rail, ship and barge served transport needs. I-10 frontage provides direct access to four deep water terminals on a coast to coast transportation corridor.