Crow Holdings heads to South Fort Worth for new industrial project
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Crow Holdings heads to South Fort Worth for new industrial project

Crow Holdings heads to South Fort Worth for new industrial project

Dallas’ Crow Holdings Capital Real Estate has teamed with developers to build an industrial park in south Fort Worth.

Crow Holdings and Fort Worth-based Rob Riner Cos. are building the project at Joel East and Oak Grove Road.

The partners are building a 394,000 square-foot, a 294,000 square foot and two 187,000 square foot buildings in the project.

More than 1 million square feet are planned in the industrial park.

“We are very bullish on the D-FW industrial market, especially South Fort Worth,” Crow Holdings’ Ben Doherty said in a statement. “We’ve had success delivering functional, Class-A logistics product in this submarket and the tenant demand is robust.”

Crow Holdings and Riner Cos. previously built two first phase warehouses totaling 488,554 square feet in the project.

Matt Carthey and Thomas Grafton of Holt Lunsford Commercial are marketing the buildings to tenants.

Construction of all four new buildings is set to start in the first quarter.

Crow Holdings has several industrial funds that raise money from investors for building acquisitions and development.

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