Urban Industrial – Dallas, Texas

Proto Park

3200

Irving Boulevard, Dallas, Texas

250,000

Square Feet

2021

Redeveloped

A Paradigm Shift In Urban Industrial Properties

PROTO Park at 3200 Irving Boulevard is being transformed from a 250,000 square foot 1960’s brick warehouse into a first-class modern urban industrial project filling a much-needed niche in the West Brookhollow submarket – modern design, top of the submarket building specifications, and a real brand presence the market has been lacking.

Strategically located between the Design District and Love Field, this is the premier project of choice for logistics companies, consumer distribution tenants, and e-commerce players unlike any other. PROTO Park represents one of the most infill locations in the DFW industrial market. Located three miles from Uptown Dallas, four miles from Dallas Love Field, and five miles from Downtown Dallas, makes it an ideal last-mile location that can easily access the city’s most affluent and densely populated areas.

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Designed With Intention

PROTO Park’s first-class design allows it to attract the most discerning, innovative light industrial and logistics users. Each suite is built to support a variety of tenant types. From a sophisticated distribution tenant to building an experiential showroom space with fulfillment needs – PROTO’s warehouses can be transformed to fit a variety of space types and requirements. The architectural transformation has been engineered with function in mind – upgraded utilities, storefront glazing, and spectacular lighting – making each suite flexible and ready to meet the demand.

PROTO PARK NEWS

March 30, 2021

Meet the Finalists: The Top Projects Setting the Bar for DFW’s Industrial Market

Meet the Finalists: The Top Projects Setting the Bar for DFW’s Industrial Market

January 26, 2021

Northwest Dallas Industrial Project Gets Reboot

Dallas Morning News

January 26, 2021

M2G, Pennybacker Announce Industrial Project in Dallas

Fort Worth, Inc.

January 27, 2021

M2G, Pennybacker To Redevelop Industrial Park In Dallas

Fort Worth Business Press

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