With its first 315,000-square-foot building fully leased, Crow Holdings Industrial has broken ground on a second building at its 220-acre Wildlife Commerce Park in Grand Prairie. Wildlife 2 will total 345,000 square feet.
Will Mundinger III, founding partner of Crow Holdings Industrial, said the developers are seeing continued strong demand.
The first facility, which broke ground last March, is nearing completion. It will be fully occupied by Milgard Manufacturing, AT&T/Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., and Millennium Packaging.
At full buildout, Wildlife Commerce Park will be home to 2.8 million square feet of industrial space in nine buildings. (An alternative plan allows for a warehouse of up to 1.7 million square feet.) The second phase of the project, a 58-acre site, is being marketed for retail development.
O’Brien Architects, Halff Associates, Pritchard Associates, RPMx Construction, TBG Partners, and Ridgemont Construction are among those working on Wildlife Commerce Park.
In addition to the Grand Prairie project, Crow Holdings Industrial has eight other projects underway in Texas and California totaling more than 2.8 million square feet of space.