Wednesday, December 9, 2015
  Port Canaveral Logistics Center at Titusville Comes To Life
The view has changed at the Port Canaveral Logistics Center at Titusville site since the project’s ground-breaking in July of this year. Foundations, floors and steel skeleton are substantially complete. Now, the concrete walls — poured and formed in horizontal molds — are being tilted up into position, while builders simultaneously begin decking the roof.

According to Port Director of Real Estate Scott Shepard, the construction is ahead of schedule. Exterior walls and roof are expected to be done by Christmas and the projected completion date is April 2016.

Shepard says there is active leasing interest in the 250,000-square-foot dividable Class A warehousing facility, the Port’s first offsite warehouse project. “No one has a building like this in all of Brevard County,” he says, “so it’s very advantageous for companies who want to get an operation up and going in the next year.”
Flagler Logistics is funding and developing the Center, which the Port Authority will lease (with an option to buy) and sub-lease to its customers. The space comes with 30-foot clearance, a truck court and loading docks, three drive-in doors and 10 rail-side loading doors opening onto a new spur of the Florida East Coast rail line.

Only 16 miles from the Port, the facility is located on U.S. 1 near I-95, adjacent to a regional airport and only 37 miles from Orlando International Airport.

For more information on leasing, contact Director of Real Estate Scott Shepard at or call 321-783-7831 ext. 261.
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