Tampa Fulfillment Center is leasing now for project completion in Summer 2020 with leasing opportunities available from 28,000 SF to 178,387 SF.

Gerard Keating

CEO, Keating Resources

(402) 925-5113

Building Specs


  • Address: 101 South 34th Street, Tampa FL 33605
  • Building Size: 178,387 SF (fully leased as of January 2021)
  • Site Area: 18.15 Acres
  • Building Type: Distribution
  • Year Built: 2020
  • Column Spacing: 52’ x 50’
  • Clear Height: 32’ Clear
  • Truck Court: 130’
  • Dock-High Doors: 48
  • Drive-In Doors: 12 (12’ x 14’ Each)
  • Auto Parking: 300+ Cars
  • Construction: Modern Tilt-Wall
  • Floor Slab: 6” Concrete to Support 3500 PSI
  • Roof: R-25 Insulated
  • Sprinklers: ESFR
  • Flood Level: FFE 15’
  • Lighting: LED
  • Power: 2400 Amps, 3-Phase Service
  • Water: 3” Water Main with 8” Site Service Connection
  • Gas: Teco Peoples Natural Gas, 6” Natural Gas Main
  • Air Conditioning: HVAC Ready
  • Fencing: 100% Fenced
  • Sustainability: Roof-mounted Solar Panels, Work Available
  • Infrastructure: Multiple Fiber Providers
  • Amenities: Bike Stations; Nearby Desoto Park, Downtown Tampa, McKay Bay Coastal Bikeway, and Ybor City


In anticipation of rapidly changing technologies and consumer demands, Tampa Fulfillment Center will be built on an open platform with full functionality. Its flexible design will accommodate traditional warehouse and distribution users alongside flex and last-mile delivery operations without creating additional costs or tenant use conflicts.


eCommerce & Last Mile Efficiency

Flow-through design and strategically placed drive lanes allow for efficient ingress/egress of last-mile delivery drivers without impacting traditional-use tenants’ parking areas or truck courts. The facility’s above-average parking ratio and generous truck court supplies the additional parking and storage necessary to accommodate seasonal peak demands for e-commerce users.


Design Specification

​Tampa Fulfillment Center’s modern tilt-wall, ESFR, 32’ clear design with 52’ x 50’ column spacing will provide the facility with plenty of functionality for traditional industrial storage and distribution uses in addition to last-mile special uses.