Industrial Developer Heads to Frisco for Next Deal

A developer and investor with a proven track record in major North Texas industrial projects is heading to Frisco for its next deal.

Dalfen Industrial has built or purchased millions of square feet of industrial properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The commercial real estate company’s latest development is planned in North Frisco, just south of US Highway 380.

The planned industrial project is located on Rockhill Parkway, a stone’s throw from the new headquarters of the PGA of America.

The nearly 600,000 square foot, 3-building speculative warehouse project will begin construction this summer and will cost more than $40 million, according to planning documents filed with the state.

GSR Andrade Architects is designing the project, which will be one of the largest in the region.

Developers stepped up industrial construction in Frisco as demand for retail space soared.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has just filed plans for a new industrial building in the 200-acre Star Business Park of his Blue Star Land on Preston Road.

And Dallas’ Crow Holdings has purchased more than 100 acres in the $10 billion Fields community development with plans to develop a business park.

Dallas-based Dalfen Industrial has recently built several major industrial projects in Mesquite. And the company in February acquired a 2-building office and warehouse property in Forney.

Dalfen in December committed $430 million for industrial properties in multiple markets, including the D-FW area.

In 2021, Dalfen closed $2.4 billion in acquisitions and developments.

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