The Project proposes construction and operation of up to approximately 375,000 square feet of light industrial uses within an approximately 20.65-acre site (gross). Under the current Project Site Plan Concept, the Project uses would be configured as two buildings, referred to herein as Buildings “26” and “27.” Building 26 would comprise approximately 223,000 square feet within an approximately 12.84-acre parcel. Building 27 would comprise approximately 152,000 square feet within an approximately 7.81-acre parcel. The Project buildings would accommodate a mix of transload/short-term storage warehouse; light industrial, and refrigerated warehouse uses.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 375000, Acres 20.65, Employees 344)
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