Conor Breaks Ground on Last-Mile Build in Mesquite
Conor Commercial Real Estate broke ground on Skyline Commerce Center, a Class A industrial development in the northeast Dallas suburb of Mesquite. Stream Realty Partners will market the two-building complex for lease.
Totaling about 198,000 square feet, both buildings will provide built-to-suit office space and divisible industrial space. Building 1 will offer more than 135,000 square feet and Building 2 more than 62,000 square feet.
“Skyline Commerce Center’s excellent transportation access, coupled with its proximity to a deep consumer base and labor force, make it optimal for a variety of users, including last mile and ecommerce providers,” said Conor’s John Dobrott.
Added Matt Dornak, managing director of Stream’s Dallas industrial division, “Skyline Commerce Center will serve as a vital addition to the Dallas industrial market, providing Class A space with high visibility to tenants 15,000 square feet and greater.” Dornak and Stream’s Drew Feagin and Adam Jones will oversee leasing.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).