Courtesy of JLL
The Port 10 Logistics Center, a 246-acre multimodal business park in Baytown, is gaining two more warehouses totaling more than 630,000 square feet, including one connected to rail.
The park’s developers, Houston-based McNair Interests and Pontikes Development, said construction started late last month on Building 3, a 450,873-square-foot rail-served warehouse. They expect to break ground on Building 5, a 179,255-square-foot cross-dock facility, in the next two to three weeks.
Satterfield & Pontikes Construction Inc. is the general contractor, and Powers Brown Architecture designed the buildings.
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