Palmetto Commerce Park, a 1,120-acre development, hosts a bevy of large-scale manufacturers and other major corporations, including Daimler Vans Manufacturing and Cummins Turbo Technologies. The park is also home to a vast community of warehouse and distribution structures known as Crosspoint, a development initiative by repeat-client Childress Klein Properties. Crosspoint provides manufacturers and distributors multiple expansive, Class “A” industrial facilities across 335 acres. Since 2014, Choate has completed over 1.8 million SF of projects within the Crosspoint industrial development.
International technology company Elbit Systems expands its manufacturing operations with a 175,500 build-to-suit manufacturing facility featuring 36′ cast-in-place tilt walls topped by advanced thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing. Elbit develops and supplies a vast portfolio of airborne, land, and naval systems, as well as products for defense, homeland security, and commercial appliances and required ample space to meet production demands. The building, currently under construction, will accommodate 14 overhead cranes which will be utilized by Elbit for adding amour to military vehicles.
Crosspoint VII is the fourth project Choate has completed in Palmetto Commerce Park. This facility stands as an impressive 364,000-SF tilt-up speculative warehouse that exceeds adjacent parcels in size, designed to create opportunities in square feet for multi-tenant warehouse and industrial operations
Crosspoint VI, a fast-tracked 273,000-SF facility, mirrors Crosspoint IV and V on the adjacent parcels. Crosspoint VI is situated on roughly 20 acres and includes an on-site pond, underground drainage, asphalt paving, in addition to a concrete loading dock and dolly pads. Constructed of tilt-up painted concrete and a 45-mil TPO roof, the facility features enough space to house four separate tenants for warehouse and industrial operations. Each tenant space features an aluminum storefront and aluminum composite material (ACM) canopy illuminated via down lighting.
Crosspoint V, also a 273,000-SF speculative warehouse, is constructed on an adjacent parcel mirroring Crosspoint IV. Located on 19.9 acres, the project includes an on-site pond, underground drainage, asphalt paving, a concrete loading dock, and dolly pads. Similar to it’s neighbors, Crosspoint V is constructed of tilt-up painted concrete and a 45-mil TPO roof, with expansive space to house four separate tenants for operations. The facility features ample space for tenants’ vehicles, with 87 trailer parking spaces, 63 dock-high doors, and a 198-space parking lot.
Similar to Crosspoint V and VI, Crosspoint IV’s expansive 273,000 SF of warehouse space is surrounded by tilt walls and a topped with a substantial 45 mil TPO roof. The structure houses five separate tenant spaces suited for warehouse and industrial operations. Each tenant space features an aluminum storefront and aluminum composite material (ACM) canopy illuminated via down lighting. This project also includes full site development across 23 acres.
Crosspoint II is a 182,000-SF tilt-wall structure, topped with a 45 mil TPO roof. It features an underground drainage system, asphalt paving, and the construction of a concrete loading dock with dolly pads. Crosspoint II sits adjacent to its sister building, Crosspoint I.
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