Newly built Doral warehouse available for lease

Miami /
Feb.February 09, 2015 04:00 PM

Construction is complete on a warehouse in Doral, the Miller Construction Company announced Monday.

The Transal Logistics Center, a 218,000-square-foot warehouse, has units and bays available for lease. The warehouse is housed in a two-building complex with 30-foot ceilings at 8301 to 8303 Northwest 27th Street.

Miller built the warehouse for Gibson Development Partners, a Coral-Gables based firm.

Fairchild Partners is handling leasing. Units range from 17,280- to 110,000-square-feet. Bay sizes start at 8,910 square feet, according to a release.

The warehouse includes 69 bays with dock-high loading and a 180-foot truck court.

RLC Architects, a Boca Raton-based firm, designed the center.

“Launching construction of the project during rainy season on the tight site in the busy Airport/Doral commercial area required extensive land development, including de-mucking the property, plus relocating oak trees and power lines,” said Miller Senior Vice President Brian Sudduth in a statement. “Tying into utilities called for precise coordination to minimize impact on surrounding businesses.” — Sean Stewart-Muniz


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