Bridge Point Doral Distribution Center Planned for Doral, Florida

A new Class-A industrial park is headed for Doral, Florida. Some sources call it “Bridge Point Doral Distribution Center.” The venture, resting on 175 acres of “prime real estate,” will comprise 2.6 million square feet of new construction. The six buildings on the site will measure 165,000 square feet to 900,000 square feet each. Bridge Industrial reports that the first building will commence operations in 2023.

The industrial park’s features comprise cross-dock and rear-load warehouse configurations, trailer drops, and various other amenities. Plans also call for a 10-acre parcel that will offer commercial and retail space. The South Florida Business Journal reports that city// officials approved the venture in July 2022. The entire project will take several years to complete.

An aerial view of the build site.

Sources report that the general contractor could break ground in December 2022. The venture’s expected to cost around $375 million to complete. RLC Architects PA designed the industrial park. Bridge Development Partners, LLC owns the venture.

The Real Deal reports that the organization has developed more than 700 acres of land, and it currently has 10 million square feet of real estate either finished with construction or in the works. It’s also working on Bridge Point Port Everglades, a 170,892-square-foot venture in Dania Beach.

A streetside view of the build site.

Bridge Point Doral Distribution Center’s address is Northwest 107th Avenue and Northwest 41st Street, Doral, Florida, 33172, in Miami-Dade County.

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3 Comments on "Bridge Point Doral Distribution Center Planned for Doral, Florida"

  1. I can’t believe that they are building warehouses on this prime property and not apartments/condo’s

  2. Shame on the city officials who have approved this project. The last thing we need in Doral is more trucks to add to an already chaotic traffic. Target or Whole Foods, entertainment businesses would have been a better call for this valuable real state.

  3. yeah and also what did they do with the cows? WHERE are the cow!?

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