Amazon to Develop Fulfillment Center, Delivery Station in Little Rock Totaling 910,000 SF
LITTLE ROCK, ARK. — Amazon will develop afive-story, 825,000-square-foot fulfillment center at the Port of Little Rock in Little Rock. Slated for delivery in 2021, the property is expected to house 1,000 employees who will work alongside Amazon Robotics to pick, pack and ship small items to customers such as books, electronics and toys. The center will sit on 80 acres along Zueber Road, which, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, an Amazon entity paid $3.2 million for. Seattle-based Amazon is also planning an 85,000-square-foot delivery station near Interstate 30. Items at the fulfillment center will be shipped to the delivery station, which will serve in the last-mile delivery effort. The station, which will be Amazon’s second in Little Rock, is expected to open by the end of this year. According to the Gazette, Amazon is spending $8 million to renovate the warehouse for the delivery station.