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Hunt Southwest Signs Tenant for 300,000 SF Cold Storage Facility in Fort Worth

This image provides an aerial view of the recently completed DFW Coldspot in Fort Worth, the first speculative cold storage facility to be developed in the country.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS — Locally based developer Hunt Southwest has landed a tenant for a full-building, 300,000-square-foot lease at DFW Coldspot, the company’s speculative cold storage facility located within Carter Industrial Park in Fort Worth. The tenant is Emergent Cold, a cold chain solutions firm with a significant presence in Australia. Hunt Southwest estimates occupancy will occur in late first quarter 2020. David Sours and Kevin Kelly of CBRE’s Food Facilities Group represented Hunt Southwest in the lease negotiations. David Norrie, also a cold storage specialist with CBRE, represented Emergent Cold. A number of other food and beverage distributors, including Tyson Foods, Schwan Food Co., Mother Parker’s Tea & Coffee and MillerCoors occupy space within Carter Industrial Park, which is near both Interstates 35 and 20 on the city’s south side.

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