Dallas developer starting business parks in Arlington and Fort Worth
A developer starts two industrial projects in Tarrant County – one in Arlington and one in Fort Worth.
Dallas-based Jackson-Shaw has already begun construction on Parc 20, a two-building, 154,127-square-foot industrial park in Arlington.
The project is being built on vacant land on South Collins Street.
And in Fort Worth, Jackson-Shaw is building 46 Ranch Logistics Park, a three-story industrial project covering more than 560,000 square feet. After all, the business park on Altamesa Boulevard in South Fort Worth is planned for more than 2 million square feet of building space.
Both Tarrant County projects – along with one in San Antonio – are being built by Jackson-Shaw in collaboration with Dallas investor Thackeray Partners.
“We are grateful that Thackeray Partners is working with us on multiple projects across Texas,” said Michele Wheeler, president and chief operating officer of Jackson-Shaw, in a statement. “This collaboration, especially in these unprecedented times, enables us to develop and deliver high quality, state-of-the-art industrial developments in Houston, North Texas and San Antonio.”
Ridgemont Commercial Construction is the general contractor for the two Tarrant County projects designed by GSR-Andrade. The Veritex Community Bank provides the financing.
Stream Realty leases the business parks.
Jackson-Shaw is a 49 year old real estate development company with projects in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Denver, Las Vegas, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Jacksonville and Washington, DC
46 Ranch Logistics Park is located in south Fort Worth.(Jackson-Shaw)