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Ackerman & Co. Debuts in San Antonio Industrial Market with 307,000 sq. ft. Development

Ackerman & Co. Debuts in San Antonio Industrial Market with 307,000 sq. ft. Development

Ackerman & Co. announced it has broken ground for its first industrial development in San Antonio. The Doerr Lane Logistics Center, a 307,000-square-foot, Class A distribution center located in Schertz, TX, is expected to be completed by February 2023.

Strategically located in Northeast San Antonio along the Texas Triangle in Schertz, Texas, advantages include convenient access to I-35, Loop 1604, and I-10; access to the deep labor pool in the San Antonio metro area’s population of over 2.4 million.

 “With San Antonio industrial demand outpacing construction supply, we are confident that Doerr Lane Logistics Center will be a key addition to our industrial portfolio as a Class A offering in the market,” said Jeff Bryant, Senior Vice President and Principal at Ackerman & Co.

When completed, the property will provide state-of-the-art features including 32’ clear height; ESFR sprinkler system; finished-to-suit office space; two drive-in doors (12’ x 16’); 80 docks with overhead doors (9’ x 10’); 318 auto parking spaces; 96 trailer spaces; a 60’ x 52’ loading bay; and 45’ x 52’ interior bays. In addition, the site features 2 acres of pavement for additional parking (67 trailer spaces/194 auto spaces) or outside storage. 

John Colglazier, Jr., Carlos Marquez, and Kyle Kennan of NAI Partners—the commercial real estate services business of Partners Real Estate Company—are the exclusive leasing agents for Doerr Lane Logistics Center. 


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About Erik Hamilton

Erik Hamilton, who has more than 15 years in CRE journalism, is a former staff writer with the Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Business Journal. In addition to The Times and the OCBJ, he was also a reporter and editor for Crittenden Research, The San Bernardino Sun and UPI. Erik also worked six years in CRE public relations with Los Angeles-based Hoyt Organization, where he was a Senior Account Executive. He later joined Lee & Associates where he served as the Director of Corporate Communications. There ,in addition to his work with Lee’s CEO, he managed 57 offices nationwide and provided PR, social media and media training for the offices. A graduate of UC Irvine, with a BA in history, he is an avid record collector where he continues to search for a rare Joy Division single.

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