Crow Holdings starts construction of two-building logistics center in East Dallas market

Crow Holdings Development celebrated the groundbreaking of Core30 Logistics Center, a two-building, Class A industrial complex in the East Dallas submarket located five miles from downtown Dallas.

Situated at 5323 Lawnview Ave., this state-of-the-art development is scheduled to deliver in the first quarter of 2025.

Core30 Logistics Center spans 511,000 square feet across two meticulously designed buildings that are strategically positioned just off Interstate 30. Building 1, a 300,347-square-foot cross-dock facility, complements Building 2, a 210,653-square-foot front-load building.

Boasting a prime location within the densely populated labor market of East Dallas and immediate access to Interstate 30, Core30 Logistics Center offers unparalleled access to a vast consumer base, with approximately 1.3 million people within a 10-mile radius and 3.4 million within 20 miles.

“The development of Core30 Logistics Center is an exciting one,” said Stream Managing Director and Partner Matt Dornak. “The project is strategically positioned to attract a wide array of tenants needed to support the dense and growing population base in the greater Dallas area. Stream is grateful for the opportunity to partner with the industrial team at CHD to help bring success to this much-needed development.”

Dornak and Vice President Ridley Culp with Stream Realty Partners, a national commercial real estate firm offering an integrated platform of services, are handling the leasing of the development on behalf of CHD. Leasing of the property is currently underway. 

Other key contributors to the project include the general contractor McFadden and Miller, as well as Azimuth Architecture as the architect.