Developer Jackson-Shaw plans to build a new 50-acre industrial park in Irving.
Called Parc GSW, the industrial park will be on State Highway 161 and will start opening late this year.
The 2-building development will contain 682,491 square feet of space.
Jackson-Shaw is building in project in partnership with Clarion Partners.
“We believe this is an appropriate time to develop an industrial park between two major urban areas,” Jackson-Shaw vice president Jason Nunley said in a statement.
Transwestern will market the business park to tenants. Brett Owens, John Brewer and Ben Phillips will handle the leasing.
One of the buildings planned contains 450,800 square feet and the second has 232,500 square feet.
Dallas-based Jackson-Shaw is a 40-year-old company that has built more than 42 million square feet of office, industrial, mixed-use and hospitality properties.
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