Amazon St Peters is an AMZL Last Mile delivery station. It is completed in 2021. Sitting on 36.44 acres of land, this 142,670-SF facility features 32 feet of clear height, 380 car parking spots and 694 van parking spots, and 15 docks with front load configuration. The Amazon “last-mile” delivery station serves as the final step in Amazon’s logistics network. This facility serves as the receiving point for Amazon packages and final delivery. This means packages will come from a sort center, via line haul (trucks) and will arrive in the night in order to off load. Packages will then be sorted into routes and staged to vans for delivery throughout the day to private residences and commercial addresses in the area. Deliveries will be made from around 6 AM and commence every half hour until about 9 PM. The delivery vans will be around the size of a sprinter van. Packages spend very little time at these facilities and these facilities are equipped with unique van doors to quickly load delivery vans. The Property is located in the City of St Peters and is 30 miles west of St Louis CBD. This project has a NNN lease with limited landlord capex exposure.
This 1.85MM square foot Class A distribution Center development, once completed, will be occupied by Hart Consumer Products, as subsidiary of Techtronic. The property will be a state-of-the-art distribution center built to modern class A property specifications including cross-dock loading configuration, 40-foot clear heights, 338 dock doors, a 185-foot truck court, and 835 spaces of excess trailer parking on 178 acres of land.
Delivered in 2021 as a 1,200,540-SF distribution center, Lowe’s Bessemer sits on 96.97 acres of land with a 28% site coverage ratio. The Property features 36-foot clear height, parking spaces for 250 cars and 1,000 trailers, and 250 docks with full cross-docking configuration. Located in the town of Bessemer, Alabama, the Property is within close proximity to both Interstate-459 and Interstate-20, and is a 20-minute drive from downtown Birmingham. The Property is fully leased to Lowe’s Companies under a long-term NNN lease with limited landlord capex exposure.
Amazon Berkeley is an Outbound Cross Dock facility. The Property is delivered in 2021. The facility sits on 42.4 acres of land and will be 278,670 SF, providing a low 15% site coverage ratio. The Property includes 36 feet of clear height, 384 car parking stalls and 253 trailer parking stalls, and 38 docks with full cross-docking configuration. The OXD sort facility serves as the “middle-mile” distribution service within Amazon’s logistics network. Brought by tractor trailer trucks, who use designated loading dock positions, packages arriving at this facility are prepackaged in cardboard boxes and labeled for shipping. Once unloaded into the facility, the packages are sorted into more specific locations, and loaded on to outbound tractor trailer trucks to be brought to a “last-mile” delivery station. There is no high bay racking/high piled storage in the facility and no hazardous materials will be handled or stored at the facility. The Property is located in the City of Berkey and is adjacent to the Saint Louis International Airport (STL) and Interstate 70. This project has a NNN lease with limited landlord capex exposure.
Completed in 2021, the Property is a 1,500,400-SF distribution center sitting on 122.9 acres of land. The Property features 36-foot clear height, parking spaces for 258 cars and 1,018 trailers, and 272 docks with full cross-docking configuration. The asset is located in the community of New Caney, Texas and is 22 miles north of the George Bush International Airport (IAH). The Property is fully leased to Lowe’s Companies under a long-term NNN lease with limited landlord capex exposure.