Developer and investor Crow Holdings Industrial is planning three new buildings in its Wildlife Commerce Park in Grand Prairie.
The 220-acre business park is on Belt Line Road north of Interstate 30. The industrial development is on the former site of the International Wildlife Park, which closed in the 1990s.
Crow Holdings since 2014 has constructed a series of warehouse and distribution buildings in the project.
The developer plans to break ground later this year on three more warehouses in the project, according to plans just filed with the state.
The buildings will total more than 1 million square feet and cost more than $60.8 million.
Construction on the next three warehouses at Wildlife Commerce Park is set for completion in late 2023.
Pross Design Group is architect for the development.
In 2020, Holdings sold a large share of buildings in the business park to Allianz Real Estate.
Crow Holdings Industrial is one of the largest warehouse builders in North Texas, with projects throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Earlier this year the firm closed a fund to build and buy more than $1.5 billion in industrial properties around the country.
Crow Holdings has closed a new fund to build and buy more than $1.5 billion in industrial properties around the country.
Last year the company announced a deal to build almost $1 billion in US industrial projects in partnership with Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Investment Co.