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Real Estate Hillwood spec project promises up to 230,000 square feet of industrial space

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  Rendering of Alliance Gateways 24 and 25, courtesy of Hillwood   A. Lee Graham


Hillwood Properties has announced plans to build Alliance Gateways 24 and 25, two speculative industrial buildings totaling more than 230,000 square feet.  

Planned for the southeast corner of Park Vista Boulevard and Liberty Way in far north Fort Worth, the project will offer space from 25,000 square feet to about 230,000 square feet, and be complete in the first quarter of 2015.

The site will have direct access to Texas 170, with both gateways providing Triple Freeport Inventory Tax Exemption and Foreign Trade Zone status.

“AllianceTexas is currently home to over 370 companies which occupy over 37 million square feet.” said Tony Creme, vice president of Hillwood Properties. “These new industrial facilities will offer suppliers and partners of these companies the ability to locate in close proximity to their customers,” said Tony Crème, vice president of Hilllwood Properties in a news release. He pointed to the more than 370 companies now occupying 37 milllion square feet at the mixed-use development.

AllianceTexas, an 18,000-acre master-planned community anchored by Fort Worth Alliance Airport, includes the Alliance Global Logistics Hub, Circle T Ranch, Heritage, Alliance Town Center, Saratoga and Monterra Village projects. Since its inception, the development has generated more than $50 billion in economic impact for the North Texas region.



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