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Northpoint partners with JLL to build 1M s/f industrial facility

NorthPoint Development plans to break ground on their industrial project, EaglePoint Logistics Center in Spring 2022 – a $103 million investment that is expected to create 454 permanent jobs and bring over $16.62 million of annual wages to Annville. In addition, the development is estimated to create 292 construction jobs that will generate $17.83 million in annual wages.

JLL and NorthPoint Development are proud to partner together to create a positive impact for the community. EaglePoint Logistics Center is expected to consist of one building totaling over 1.1 million square feet of industrial space with an expansion capability to provide over 1.3 million square feet under one roof.  The building will feature 40’ clear ceiling heights, up to 204 loading doors, 655 car parking spaces and 308 dedicated trailer storage spaces.  In addition, the cross-docked configuration and 185’ deep truck courts offer users best-in-class specifications. The project is expected to deliver Spring 2023.

“We are excited to partner with JLL for the leasing of this new development,” said Brent Miles, Chief Marketing Officer at NorthPoint Development. “We are grateful for the opportunity to invest in this community and help bring more than 700 new jobs to strengthen the short- and long-term economy.”

Eagle Point Logistics Center is a Class A, LERTA approved distribution center located in the core Central Pennsylvania corridor with close proximity to major interstate highways, parcel and intermodal facilities, and an abundant labor pool.   “As NorthPoint Development continues their growth in Pennsylvania, JLL is honored to be working with them on this development,” said Larry Maister, Executive Managing Director of JLL’s Northeast Industrial Region.

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