Port Canaveral’s First Multimodal Inland Port Facility Groundbreaking Set Monday
By Space Coast Daily // July 26, 2015
Titusville Logistics Center
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Flagler Global Logistics will break ground on Port Canaveral’s first multimodal inland port facility at the Titusville Logistics Center on Monday.
The property is strategically located near the Kennedy Space Center, with the surrounding area accessible to serve multi-modal transportation needs via rail, air, land, sea and space.
The new 246,240-square-foot facility will support north Brevard County’s growing cargo business and will feature 30-foot clearance, multi-tenant flexibility, office space, rail dock doors and truck tailgate docks.
The Canaveral Port Authority will be the first major tenant at the Titusville Logistics Center and is scheduled for completion in early 2016.
The Titusville Logistics Center can accommodate up to approximately 3 million square feet of Class-A warehouse and distribution space. Flagler can develop a wide variety of facilities to meet users’ needs and requirements, from 50,000-square-foot warehouses to 100-acre build-to-suit manufacturing facilities.
Located in the heart of the Space Coast and with more than a mile of Florida East Coast Railway frontage, the property is ideally suited for rail users and provides easy access to I-95 through the heart of Central Florida via SR 407 & SR 528.
When completed, the Titusville Logistics Center will accommodate up to 2.9 million square feet of industrial development, including flexible warehouse and distribution options with multimodal transportation connections.
Port Canaveral CEO John Walsh, Canaveral Port Authority Chairman Jerry Allender and Flagler Global Logistics President and CEO Chris Scott will be on hand for the groundbreaking at 9 a.m.
“Situated adjacent to Space Coast Regional Airport and in close proximity to Port Canaveral, the Titusville Logistics Center’s strategic, rail-served location combined with easy access to US 1 and I-95 and more than one mile of Florida East Coast Railway frontage will provide a surge for the local economy and position Port Canaveral and Brevard County as a major national and international logistics hub,” said a Port Canaveral spokesperson in a statement.
For more information about the Titusville Logistics Center or to arrange a property tour please call Robert Richter or Chris Sutton at 305-460-7270.