High-cube warehouse planned
Deltona officials have granted a permit for staging heavy equipment and clearing 50 acres on the south side of a 150-acre tract that, when built out, will feature a 1-million-square-foot high-cube warehouse and two 500,000-square-foot buildings, along with outparcels suitable for businesses and restaurants.
It will be known as the I-4 Logistics Park, according to Deltona Development Services Director Ron Paradise, and will be part of the greater Portland Industrial Park. The prospective occupants haven’t been named.
K im l e y – Ho r n and Associates, a large consulting firm with offices in many states, is in charge of the engineering.
The clearing comes as city officials are planning to extend Rhode Island Avenue eastward from North Normandy Boulevard over Interstate 4.