Cushman & Wakefield has joined Partners Real Estate to market Township Logistics Park at Talise (TLPT) in Laredo, Texas – a 268-acre Class A logistics and cold storage development offering easy access to regional, international and global markets.

The project which has broken ground is expected to offer 3.8 million square feet (msf) of warehouse and distribution space.

TLPT is an integral part of coveted Talise, a uniquely crafted 13,000-acre master planned commercial and residential community owned by the Walker Family and developed by Stewart Development. The large-scale and prominent TLPT industrial development will be constructed in multiple phases on both a speculative and build-to-suit basis.

Our family believes the time has come that our region of Texas has this ambitious scope and range of Industrial and Manufacturing project built here.

Steeped in ranching heritage, designed for growth, and imagined as a self-sustaining town, Talise offers a wide range of housing types, local retail, commercial, and industrial opportunities. TLPT is a legacy project for the Walker Family and is estimated to deliver in the range of 3 msf to as much as 3.8 msf of new Class A industrial space depending on actual occupier needs and configurations. Phase I will consist of four warehouse/distribution buildings totaling over 1 msf anticipated for delivery in Q3 2025.

“Our family believes the time has come that our region of Texas has this ambitious scope and range of Industrial and Manufacturing project built here. Our land and facility positioning serves as the gateway to international trade and commerce. We want all companies in those industries to have an opportunity to take advantage of all that TLPT will bring,” says the President of SE Legacy Development and the late Gene S. Walker Sr.’s daughter, Kandy Walker.

Partners Real Estate’s Carlos Marquez, SIOR and Gustavo Torres, CCIM are leading the marketing efforts for the entire TLPT development. Cushman & Wakefield’s Greg Millerd and Stephen Fife are also assisting Partners Real Estate in the marketing efforts for up to 600,000 square feet of cold storage space that is planned to support the project. Occupier configurations for the specialized cold storage space consist of multiple buildings which start at 86,000 sf up to a single building totaling 600,000 sf, which can house single or multi-tenant users.

TLPT will provide cutting edge facilities tailored to accommodate the ‘flight-to-quality’ for the warehousing and distribution supply chain as well as the specialized needs of cold storage users.

“TLPT will provide cutting edge facilities tailored to accommodate the ‘flight-to-quality’ for the warehousing and distribution supply chain as well as the specialized needs of cold storage users. The project’s location provides a prime destination in north Laredo, boasting superior access to TX-255 and US-35, two critical logistical routes providing access in and out of state and that also inter-connect to a network of other key freeways which also connect to Mexico,” observes Brett Barnes, Vice President with Stewart Development. “Most major logistics firms in the world have a footprint in Laredo.”

“Talise Township Logistics Park, given its strategic location near the #1 Port in the United States, represents a tremendous opportunity for its owners, the developers, and the community of Laredo. Stephen and I, through our focus on cold storage facilities, appreciate the opportunity to help contribute to the success of the project,” says Senior Director, Greg Millerd.

Laredo continues to soar as a premier land port and logistics hub, driven by its strategic location and robust infrastructure. Situated 140 miles north of Monterrey, Mexico’s industrial hub, and connected to Dallas-Fort Worth, it’s a vital trade artery between nations. With annual trade exceeding $320 billion, Port Laredo handles a substantial amount of commercial truck and railcar crossings daily and ranked as the top international trade port in U.S. in 2023 according to U.S. Census data analyzed by multiple sources. The Laredo International Airport also handles a large amount of cargo and ships to and from many different countries worldwide.


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