The largest industrial complex developed in over a decade in Lee County is now a reality – and we’re honored to have been a part of its journey.
Further expanding the regional demand for industrial space near the airport and I-75, the first several of 14 buildings in the Premier Airport Park complex recently completed construction. The 105,000-square foot industrial buildings are being developed as part of the 225-acre site, which will contain 1.875 million square feet at build out – a size that almost equals the under-air capacity of the Edison Mall in Fort Myers. Located off Airport Haul Road, which is north of Alico Road and east of Ben Hill Griffin Parkway, the complex is also anticipated to be the largest distribution center developed in Southwest Florida in the past decade.
More than half of Building 1B has been leased, and will include 183 parking spacing and 36 semi-truck bays.
Our firm had the privilege of assisting with the complex’s Zoning and Development Order, and are now continuing to work through individual Development Orders for the ongoing construction for the remaining buildings.
All MDA divisions – Civil Engineering, Land Planning, Landscape Architecture and Surveying – contributed to the project.