Alliance Industrial Breaks Ground at Corridor Commerce Center

Alliance Industrial Company broke ground on Corridor Commerce Center. Corridor Commerce Center is a distribution building totaling 157,450 square feet, located at 18200 IH-35 in Buda, Texas. Located along the Texas Innovation Corridor, the project has significant IH-35 frontage and direct access to the State Loop 4 South and Gateway Boulevard intersection. This is Alliance Industrial Company’s second speculative project to break ground in the region. At the beginning of June, Alliance and the City of Kyle announced the groundbreaking of Kyle/35 Logistics Center. These projects represent a major investment in Central Texas.

Situated on an approximately 12-acre site, this Class-A industrial building will offer irreplaceable IH-35 frontage, and immediate North and South bound access to IH-35. The building will have ESFR sprinklers, 32 dock-high doors and two drive-in ramps, a 32-foot clear height and is located in a Triple Freeport Tax Exemption district.

The design of Corridor Commerce Center provides maximum flexibility to accommodate users from 37,000 square feet to 157,450 square feet. Four entry and exit points, two along IH-35 and two along State Loop 4 South, provide superior access to the project. The Building features 195 parking spaces and a 135-foot truck court.

Carter Thurmond and Nash Frisbie with Transwestern are handling the leasing for Corridor Commerce Center. The project was designed by Seeberger Architecture and civil engineering was done by Langan Engineering. The project is expected to deliver in March of 2023. More information about Corridor Commerce Center in the project brochure.