Available Properties

New Industrial Space

Midlothian’s industrial corridor, along US Highway 67, is experiencing rapid growth due to demand for corporate relocation and expansion.  Multiple developers are constructing industrial space to meet the growing demand. Buildings range in size from 100,000 square feet to 550,000 square feet and can accommodate tenants as small as 20,000 square feet.  All buildings are private owned and being offered for sale or lease.  Buildings will be delivered as early as June 2022.  

Under Construction

548,340 Square Feet - RailPort Parkway

Logistics Property Company (LPC) is developing the Southern Star Logistics Park on 103 acres within RailPort. Building 1 is a 40′ clear height, cross dock facility with 60′ speed bays.  The building can be expanded to 1 million square feet.

The property is listed by CBRE.  For more information contact Kacy Jones, Steve Koldyke, or Brian Gilchrist. Download Brochure 

Provident Realty Advisors

184,406 and 159,543 Square Feet - Challenger Drive

Provident Realty Advisors owns 53 acres within the  Midlothian Business Park.  Currently Provident is constructing two buildings. Building 1 is a rear load 184,406 square foot building with a 32′ clear height.  Building 2 is rear load 159,543 square foot building with 32′ a clear height.

The property is listed by Colliers.  For more information contact Chris Teesdale, Tom Pearson, or Brad Balke. Download Brochure 

Coming Soon

100,149 Square Feet - Challenger Drive

Arco Ventures will construct a 100,149 square foot building within the  Midlothian Business Park. The rear load building will have a 32′ clear height ceiling and is being offered for lease or purchase.  The building will be available fall 2022.    

The property is listed by CBRE.  For more information contact Nathan Lawrence or Krista Raymand. Download Brochure 

183,063 and 202,605 Square Feet - Shiloh Road and Highway 67

KBC Advisors owns 36 acres in Midlothian near Shiloh Road and US Highway 67.  KBC Advisors and Velocis proposes to construct two rear load tilt-wall buildings.  The buildings are planned with 50′ column spacing that can accommodate a variety of users.  

For more information contact Ann Jaggars, Tony Creme, or Whit Maddox. Download Brochure 

Development Ready Sites

Midlothian Business Park

Midlothian Business Park (MBP) is a 175-acre industrial park that was developed by Midlothian Economic Development. Sunrider Manufacturing will be the first tenant of the park, they’re building 1.1 million square feet of space in two buildings.  Multiple speculative building are being built that range in size from 40,000 to 184,406 square feet. 

There are two sites that are available within the MBP. Both sites are privately owned. Tract 1 is ±20 acres and tract 2 is ±11 acres, net of floodplain.

RailPort Industrial Park

RailPort Industrial Park (RailPort) is a 1,700-acre privately owned park that offers dual-rail access through BNSF and Union Pacific Rail.  Companies located in RailPort include Google, Target, Luminant, QuikTrip, Malouf, Western Power Sports, and Buckley Oil.  Currently SunOpta is building a 275,000 square foot facility.  

There are five sites that are available within RailPort.  The sites range in size from 10 to +300 acres.

Hillwood Midlothian Park

Hillwood Investment Properties has purchased ±350 acres in Midlothian for a new industrial park.  The property is located off Ward Road near Highway 67/287 interchange.  The park will offer sites that can accommodate users up to 1.3 million square feet.  Hillwood plans to commence construction on the infrastructure by mid-2022.  

Convenient Access with Exceptional Amenities

Located between the South Dallas, Great Southwest, and South Fort Worth industrial real estate markets, the city of Midlothian offers plenty of space to accommodate new and expanding businesses. Available sites are ready for your next project or business location.

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Access

Midlothian’s available sites are located off U.S. Highway 67 and are 3-miles southwest of U.S. Highway 287, 20-miles southwest of Interstate 20, and 10-miles northeast of Interstate 35 East. Midlothian’s location provides convenient access for operational logistics and access to over 713,000 workers.

Utilities

Midlothian offers utilities for the largest industrial users. Water is provided by the City of Midlothian, wastewater is provided by the City of Midlothian, though treated by the Trinity River Authority. Midlothian is located within a deregulated energy market meaning, Oncor provides the delivery of the power but customers can choose from hundreds of retail electric rate providers. Natural gas is provided by Atmos Energy. For specific utility information, please contact MED staff.

Operating Costs

Midlothian’s available sites offer some of the lowest operational costs in the Metroplex. Our tax rate is below the Metroplex average. The average wage for Ellis County is 25% below the Dallas-Fort Worth MSA average.

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