Located less than a mile from Interstate 35, the Class A industrial development project — on 37 acres — will consist of five speculative buildings totaling 465,786 square feet that will be constructed in two phases. AP will construct the buildings and perform tenant finishes. Phase 1 is slated for completion in fall 2023.
“Central Texas continues to see a demand for industrial space, and with its easy highway access and strategic location, Sunrise Commerce Center will provide what users are looking for most,” said Zack Rogers, Vice President/Project Executive of the AP Gulf States region. “This project is a great way for AP to continue expanding and growing in Austin and Central Texas.”
The Sunrise Commerce Center facilities are being constructed as tilt-wall, shell buildings with special DUCTILCRETE Slabs with HEIDEBED technology, providing differentiated slab systems. This technology enables warehouses, distribution centers, manufacturing facilities, and data centers greater floor space flexibility while lowering maintenance costs. AP’s sitework includes site paving, retaining walls, and landscaping.
The first phase features three buildings with various common elements, including rear load capabilities, LED lighting, ESFR fire sprinklers, and build-to-suit office space. The 175,170-square-foot Building A features 36-foot clear heights while the 59,274-square-foot Building B and 76,245-square-foot Building C both have 32-foot clear heights.
Stream Realty Partners Executive Managing Director and Partner Will Nichols and Managing Director and Partner Sam Owen are handling all leasing efforts for Sunrise Commerce Center. Other project partners include 5G Studio Collaborative as the architect and Pacheco Koch as the civil engineer.
AP’s Central Texas office has completed St. David’s Medical Hospital in Austin along with work for the University of Texas at Austin. AP’s Midland-based West Texas office’s notable current projects include Potter County’s District Courts Building in Amarillo and the expansion of Midland College’s Pre-K Academy, while AP Gulf States’ current projects include adaptive reuse work at downtown Dallas’ Santander Tower. Additionally, AP’s recent notable completed projects include the new PGA of America headquarters in Frisco and Vari’s headquarters with VariSpace in Coppell.