The proposed project would construct and operate a new industrial building northeast of Highway 99 and south of Avenue 7 on a 122-acre site. The proposed project includes an approximately three million-square-foot industrial building to be used as an e-commerce storage and distribution facility. The building would include five levels with a total height of approximately 100 feet. The project would also include 325 trailer stalls, 1,800 parking stalls, stormwater collection, fire suppression, an onsite wastewater treatment plant, and infrastructure improvements.
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Industrial (e-commerce storage and distribution)(Sq. Ft. 2900000, Acres 64, Employees 1874)
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