Dermody Properties announced it has completed construction of LogistiCenter at Midway South in Bethel Township.
The 304,000-square-foot building is located on 29 acres along Old Route 22 and near Interstate 78. Reno, Nev.-based Dermody said in a press release that it is immediately available for lease.
“This facility offers well-designed, efficient space for manufacturing, warehouse, distribution and e-commerce companies,” said Gene Preston, East Region Partner for Dermody Properties, in a statement. “The property’s proximity to I-78 offers outstanding access to all of eastern Pennsylvania and the greater New York consumer population bases.”
LogisiCenter features a 36-foot clear height, 44 fully equipped dock high doors, 151 car parking stalls, 45 trailer stalls , a fire protection system, insulated tilt-up concrete panels and LED lighting fixtures. Dermody said the property can be expanded to accommodate 89 trailer stalls.
Gerry Blinebury, executive managing director, Adam Campbell, executive managing director, and Jeff Williams, senior director, all of Cushman & Wakefield, are the leasing agents for the property.
Founded in 1960, Dermody Properties is a real estate investment, development and management firm that specializes in the acquisition and development of logistics real estate in strategic locations for e-commerce fulfillment centers, third-party logistics and distribution customers.