KentuckyIndustrial Dermody acquires 17 acres for future warehouse near Louisville airport June 18, 2019 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Dermody Properties has acquired 17.1 acres near the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF) from the Louisville Renaissance Zone Corporation. The site is located in the Renaissance South Business Park, which was created by the LRZC on 680 acres of land located within two miles of SDF, two interstate highways and a major rail line. The site is the future home of a 352,800-square-foot warehouse/distribution center. It will be called LogistiCenter at Louisville Airport and will be located in the Southside/Airport sub-market at 2825 Transglobal Drive. The project is under construction and will be complete by the first quarter of 2020. The majority of the properties in the area are institutionally owned and leased to a variety of ecommerce, distribution/warehouse and assembly companies. The Southside/Airport sub-market is the largest in the Louisville area and includes UPS Worldport and the Ford Louisville Assembly Plant. The building features a 32-foot clear height, 60′ X 56′ speed bay, 7-inch concrete floor slabs, 46 dock-high doors, four grade-level doors, 73 truck trailer spots and 256 auto parking stalls. Leasing for the new building will be represented by Kevin Grove and Doug Butcher, both of CBRE in Louisville. The architect for the project is ATA-Beilharz Architects and the general contractor is Gordian Design & Construction, both of Cincinnati. The civil engineer is Sabak Wilson & Lingo of Louisville.