Miami Axis Park fundamental advantage is its location. The project is located at the axis of Miami, with immediate access to the most important road corridors across Miami-Dade County. Whether the need is to decrease travel times to the Port of Miami, Miami International Airport, or Port Everglades, or to be closest to the densest population centers in the county, Miami Axis Park is completely unique in its location and the advantages it provides an industrial user.
With recent changes to consumer expectations and the need to be more efficient in both operations and deliveries, distributors and manufacturers are facing massive changes across the globe.
This is particularly evident in the City of Miami, with a growing population and only 16 miles between the Atlantic Ocean and the Everglades. Increasing demand for industrial space, lack of land, traffic congestion and a market with less than 5% vacancy have made logistically ideal options few and far between.
Furthermore, in a city that is consistently ranked as one of Florida’s most expensive cities to live in, attracting and retaining labor for warehouse operations has become especially critical. Tenants are having to accommodate their growth in old, obsolete buildings and for companies locating in the limited, new industrial facilities being built, these are predominantly on the outskirts of the county and far from the urban core and ports.
The solution to these issues is a great location. An industrial user can address these challenges by operating in a facility that is positioned to succeed on a macro level.
Miami Axis Park is the only newly-constructed, Class A property located in the urban core.
1/3 of workforce within 3 miles are blue-collar workers.
25% of Miami-Dade County total population lives within 5 miles.
The percentage of manufacturing workers in the surrounding area is 14.3%, as compared to 5% in Miami-Dade County.
Miami Axis Park is situated almost perfectly central in the county, with dense neighborhood and population centers on each side: Doral to the West, Brickell/Downtown to the East, Hialeah surrounding it on various sides, and Coral Gables/8th Street to the South. This not only provides access to dense delivery routes, but also the shortest distance to Miami International Airport and Port of Miami as compared to other industrial areas in Miami.
6” Reinforced Concrete Slab
4 Doors per Bay
60’ Speed Bays
54’ x 50’ Column Spacing
50 Trailer Drops on Site
Additional Trailer Parking Available
Bldg 100: 36’ Clear Height
Bldg 200 & 300: 32’ Clear Height
Lincoln Property Company (LPC), with its understanding of the changing needs for tenants, acquired this 20-acre site with existing buildings because the location is ideal for redevelopment. Redevelopment of well-located warehouses has been minimal in Miami due to high occupancy rates in even the oldest of buildings, but Lincoln saw the opportunity to do so at Miami Axis Park.