Krystal Logistics Relocates, Staying Loyal to Flagler Station
By Balazs Szekely, Associate Editor
Krystal Logistics has outgrown its current facility at 10301 NW 108th Avenue in Flagler Station and plans to move to a 78,000 square-foot distribution facility, up from 46,000 square feet, by the end of the year. The new lease is also part of Flagler Station, at Building 36, which has yet to be built.
CBRE arranged the lease with David Albert, Devin White and Andrew Lehrer representing the tenant, which is an international freight forwarding and “non vessel operating common carrier” company offering worldwide integrated logistics solutions, with offices in the U.S., Panama, Ecuador and Peru. Chris Sutton of Flagler spoke for the landlord in the transaction.
Located in Miami-Dade County’s Airport West market, the master-planned Flagler Station is South Florida’s largest business park offering over 4 million square feet of Class-A office, warehouse, retail and showroom space and additional open land for build-to-suit opportunities. Its industrial buildings have rear-loading bays, up to 30-foot ceiling heights, and ten percent of space reserved for office use. It has direct railway access, and air and sea transport is just minutes away.
Devin White of CBRE sees great potential in the new building for the advancing logistics company.
“Krystal is in an expansion mode and this new space will help them grow efficiently under one roof while still providing future growth by utilizing the greater clear height,” he says.
The new space will provide Krystal with a custom-built office space, and the maximum available vertical space compared to their current 24-foot clear height. The new facility also comes with a secured truck court, direct exposure on the Florida Turnpike and trailer storage for up to 55 trailers.
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