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Mar. 7, 2014

McCraney’s Dade Paper Project Awarded Industrial Development of the Year

By Balazs Szekely, Associate Editor

NAIOP Central Florida Chapter has distinguished McCraney Property Company’s Dade Paper project with the “Industrial Development of the Year” title. Presented at the Best of the Best Awards Gala, the award recognizes Dade Paper’s 150,000-square-foot state-of-the-art Central Florida Distribution Center and Offices for its overall design to meet the needs of the end user.

The company is specialized in commercial distribution properties with services including acquisitions, joint venture investments and construction, with special emphasis on property management and development of Class A business parks. It is focused mainly on industrial and warehouse projects in West Palm Beach, the Treasure Coast and Orlando, Florida. McCraney’s holdings exceed 2,500,000 square feet.

Located in McCraney’s 25-acre John Young Business Park, the industrial facility was the first building in a portfolio of three, totaling 393,000 square feet.  MPC committed to develop the project in its joint venture with Clarion Partners. General contractor for the project was Edwards Construction Services, Inc. and The Corrales Group Architects planned the building with the involvement of Smiley & Associates, Inc.  as engineering consultant.

Usage of quality materials with superior construction techniques, compatibility with the natural surroundings, advanced technology and exceptional results achieved by all members of the development team have also been mentioned among the project’s main virtues.

Steven E. McCraney, CEO of McCraney Property Company revealed the company’s purpose to submitting its two latest projects for next year’s Best of the Best Awards.

“Being recognized by our peers at NAIOP means a lot to us,” he adds.

Photo credits: Edwards Construction Services

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