Boyd+Mox in partnership with Hunt Midwest is developing ~1.4 million SF of Class A, dock-high manufacturing & warehouse/distribution space in Ocala, Florida. The ~93-acre project will provide users with state-of-the-art features in a proven manufacturing and distribution location.
Ocala South Logistics Park at Florida Crossroads (OSLP) is strategically located in the master planned Florida Crossroads Commerce Park in the heart of Central Florida, just two miles from I-75 and centered among the metropolitan areas of Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa, all within a one to two-hour drive. The property is the first ever site to meet the J.M. Mullis, Inc. Advanced Site Analysis and Planning (ASAP) standards. The buildings have been purposefully designed to provide optimal user flexibility and will offer options for users ranging in size from ±50,000 to ± 555,000 SF.
OSLP is one of the last remaining sites in the master planned park. Located off the newly widened and improved Highway 484, all infrastructure is built to the site, the Project is shovel ready and construction will begin in the third quarter of 2022.
KEY SITE ASPECTS
- Certified ASAP Site – First ever site to meet Advanced Site Analysis and Planning (ASAP) standards
- Suitable for manufacturing and distribution facilities
- Utility-ready including electric, gas, water, sewer
- Fiber Optic Signal Generator on-site
- Electric substation on-site and redundant power source
Ocala is a proven manufacturing and distribution market, home to local, regional and Fortune 500 companies. The Ocala Metro is home to approximately 200 manufacturers with more than 9,000 employees and was ranked in the top 20 of all Metros for Manufacturing Output Growth and the top 20 of all Metros for Manufacturing Employment Growth. Among products Made in Marion are fire apparatus, prepared foods, missile control systems, storage products, and medical devices. Two recent announcements include Artemis Plastics opening a 2nd medical device manufacturing facility and Cardinal LG recently opening a 2nd facility and beginning work on an additional 30,000 SF R&D facility.
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