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Cushman & Wakefield Lands Nearly 300,000 SF Leasing Assignment
for Rare Midpoint Logistics Development

Cushman & Wakefield announced the commercial real estate services firm has been awarded the leasing assignment for Midpoint Logistics (MPL), a rare 297,918-square-foot
industrial facility being developed in northwest Miami-Dade County. The project is adjacent to existing Countyline Corporate Park and is currently under construction with delivery expected in the second quarter of 2023.

Wayne Ramoski and Skylar Stein of Cushman & Wakefield will oversee leasing efforts for the owner, Dalfen Industrial. Industry veteran Butters Construction will be the developer on the project.

“We are excited to be working on this first ground-up project for Dalfen in Miami-Dade and continue a valued relationship,” said Ramoski, Executive Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield’s Miami office.

“This project represents one of the few industrial spaces that will be available mid-2023 and we are already seeing good activity,” added Stein, Director at Cushman & Wakefield’s Miami office.

MPL will be designed to suit tenant needs with custom tenant buildouts and a secured drive-thru truck serving a rear-loaded facility. Located within minutes of Florida’s Turnpike, SR #826, and I-75, MPL will
excellent logistics to both Miami-Dade and Broward air and seaports.

“We look forward to working together again with Cushman & Wakefield to bring this state-of-the-art, industrial building to market. We have a strong interest to increase our presence in South Florida and provide industrial occupiers with functional and cost-effective space,” noted Kevin Caille, Market Officer for the Southeast Region for Dalfen Industrial.

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