Freehill Development Co. has broken ground on a 176,546-square-foot industrial property in Georgetown, Texas. This is one of five projects announced by the company as part of a 1.1 million-square-foot development push around Austin and San Antonio, with the other developments situated in the San Marcos, Northeast San Antonio, Leander and Dripping Springs submarkets.
The company, which was established last year, focuses on delivering shallow-bay industrial projects that can also accommodate smaller tenants looking for space in Central Texas.
The speculative industrial project in Georgetown will include office, showroom and warehouse space, with spaces ranging between 4,500 and 55,750 square feet. Expected to be completed in July 2023, the development is designed by Studio8 Architects, while Owrey Construction is acting as general contractor.
Located at 1310 Westinghouse Road, the four-building development will feature ESFR sprinklers, clear heights between 18 and 28 feet, 290 total parking spots, six grade-level doors and 48 total dock-high doors. The project is close to Interstate 35, roughly 5 miles from Amazon’s fulfilment center in Round Rock, Texas, and some 35 miles north of Tesla’s Austin Giga Texas.
The developer appointed Transwestern to provide leasing services for 620,000 square feet of space across three projects from the planned portfolio, the Georgetown one included, with deliveries scheduled as early as the third quarter of this year.
Freehill Development Co.’s other four projects are:
Earlier this month, Jackson-Show announced the development of a 602,400-square-foot business park in Austin, Texas, that will offer office, distribution and warehouse space. ATX 130’s groundbreaking is scheduled for March.