Merritt Properties building logistics center in Harford County, Maryland

Merritt Properties building logistics center in Harford County, Maryland

Published at: 2019-06-12 06:11 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Merritt Properties is set to break ground on Tower Logistics Center in Perryman, unincorporated community in Harford County, Maryland. The center will go up near the corner of Pulaski Highway and Old Philadelphia Road on a 98-acre site. Totaling 860,000 sq ft, the facility will be built out of concrete tilt-up panels and feature 40-foot clear heights with 60-foot speed bays, more than 150 dock bays and 200 trailer parking spaces. Truck courts will span 130 feet and the building will include four drive-in doors. Merritt Construction Services will oversee construction, while Morris & Ritchie Associates will handle civil engineering requirements. Powers Brown Architecture designed the project, which is slated for completion in late 2020.

“With limited land opportunities and vacancies at historical lows, we are confident that Tower Logistics Center will garner the attention of industrial users looking to locate to the robust Harford County industrial market,” said Bobby Lanigan of Merritt Properties. “We were particularly attracted to the site due to its premier location, which offers direct access to Route 40 and close proximity to I-95.”

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