Foundry Commercial has proposed a distribution warehouse at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, where the developer already completed a massive Amazon.com fulfillment center a few years ago.
The Orlando-based developer filed a pre-application with Miami-Dade County for the 5.07-acre site near 14501 N.W. 57th Ave., on the west side of the airport. Foundry Commercial holds a land lease with the county there.
The new warehouse would total 83,869 square feet with 80 parking spaces. Boca Raton-based RLC Architects designed it. It would be located directly west of the U.S. Post Office sortation facility and southwest of the 855,000-square-foot Amazon.com fulfillment center that Foundry previously built. A tenant for a new warehouse was not disclosed, although the site plan indicates there would be six separate tenant spaces, each with a small office component.
Developers submit pre-applications to receive feedback from county staff before submitting official applications.