Orlando-based commercial developer McNulty Group Inc. is proposing 20,000 square feet of industrial flex-warehouse space less than six miles from Orlando International Airport, with plans under review by Orange County and a general contractor likely to be chosen by May.
Located at 1076 Jetstream Dr., the project's two parcels totaling 3.36 acres lie roughly 5.5 miles from the airport's western boundary, by way of Wetherbee Road, S. Orange Avenue and Tradeport Drive.
The property includes some of the last remaining undeveloped parcels in the master-planned Jetport Center Planned Development, and lies on the east of Jetport Industrial Park.
Neal B. Hiler, civil engineer on the project, said a revised Development Plan for the project should be resubmitted later this month for consideration by Orange's Development Review Committee.
Based on when resubmission occurs and planning staff comments, the DP could be scheduled for DRC in March. If approved, construction drawings and final building permits could follow in April.
Hiler said the developer would likely select a general contractor for the project in April or May, and may favor tilt-up construction for the Jetstream Drive flex-space.
McNulty Group does have its own construction services division, but Hiler was unsure if the developer would manage this project's construction in-house. Company president Chuck McNulty did not respond to calls requesting comment.
McNulty has favored concrete tilt-up construction for its last two industrial projects, the 32,000-square-foot warehouse development Lee Vista Lakeside (off Lee Vista Boulevard), and a 52,000-square-foot warehouse development at the intersection of Princeton Street and John Young Parkway.
Harter-Adams Architects & Planners of Winter Park and McMahon Surveying and Mapping of Sanford are contributing vendors on the development.