Grand Prairie enterprise park will develop with deliberate addition

Dallas-based developer and investor Crow Holdings Industrial is working on plans for the next phase of a Grand Prairie Business Park.

Crow Holdings Industrial has been building the 220 hectare Wildlife Commerce Park on Belt Line Road north of Interstate 30 since 2014.

The development is on the former site of the International Wildlife Park, which closed in the 1990s.

Crow Holdings constructed a number of warehouse and distribution buildings as part of the project.

Now the developer has submitted plans for an expansion of the project – a nearly 148,000 square meter warehouse, which, according to the state’s planning documents, should be completed this year.

Dallas architect O’Brien & Associates designed the new building.

Construction will come about two months after Crow Holdings sold a 49% stake in the business park to Allianz Real Estate.

The Grand Prairie buildings were part of a contract that included more than 6 million square feet of buildings in Chicago, Houston, and Southern California.

The Wildlife Commerce Park buildings were the largest part of the deal.

Crow Holdings Industrial is one of the largest bearing builders in North Texas with projects across the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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