Hutchins, Texas – InLight Real Estate Partners, a leading real estate development firm, announces its partnership with SubZero, a world leader in luxury appliances, in the development of a state-of-the-art distribution facility on Wintergreen Road in Hutchins, Texas, with an estimated completion date of October 2024. The project signifies InLight’s commitment to client-focused strategies and showcases its flexibility and creativity in structuring transactions to meet client goals. SubZero’s decision to partner with InLight was driven by their expertise in site selection, development services, and the strategic location of the facility.
The Wintergreen Road site offers SubZero convenient access to the Dallas County Inland Port and the Union Pacific intermodal, ensuring excellent connectivity to the Central United States. With the site’s proximity to multiple major interchanges, including two exits on I-45, I-20 interchange, and I-35 interchange, SubZero can efficiently serve most North American markets within 36 hours by truck. Furthermore, the location’s accessibility to a network of 57 railroads operating in Texas, including three Class 1 railroads, enables SubZero to reach up to 93 percent of the U.S. population within 48 hours. The Wintergreen Road site will feature a brand-new distribution facility with a clear height of 32’ and 117,320 square feet, expandable to 383,280 square feet, along with up to 8,000 square feet of office space, a training facility for new hires, and a trucker lounge.
This project signifies SubZero’s commitment to expanding their presence in Texas. “We are excited to creatively meet the needs of SubZero for their national distribution requirements,“ says Charles Margiotta. By leveraging InLight’s expertise and the prime location, SubZero is poised for continued growth and success in the luxury appliance market. InLight Real Estate Partners’ Wintergreen Road project showcases their ability to develop cutting-edge industrial facilities and highlights their flexibility and creativity in structuring transactions.