Cushman & Wakefield has arranged a 408,600-square-foot, full-building lease for Broadrange Logistics, an Atlanta based leader in third-party logistics, at 105 Kendall Park Lane in Atlanta’s Fulton Industrial submarket. Bob Robers and Brian Monaghan of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant in the lease negotiations, and Brian Alcorn of Cushman & Wakefield will oversee build-out of the space. LaSalle Investment Management is the landlord.
“Broadrange Logistics has experienced tremendous organic growth and success over the last several years. Our business model of servicing the logistics industry is exploding, growing over 200% year-over-year,” said Doug Parks, president and co-founder of Broadrange Logistics. “We see this trend continuing and will likely require additional space for future growth.”
The company provides air, ocean, trucking and warehouse logistics services to several major companies including Amazon, Wayfair, Drive Medical, SP Richards, Smith Cooper and more. Broadrange Logistics continues to focus on adding value to its customers supply chain systems and has concentrated its efforts most specifically on its warehousing, distribution, and reverse logistics capabilities.
Additionally, the company recently partnered with STORD, the next-generation warehousing and distribution provider with a nationwide network of trusted third-party warehouse and logistics partners that give companies of all sizes warehousing and freight, real-time inventory visibility and high-touch operations support.
“With a heavy array of clients in Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee, as well as many of Broadrange Logistics’ clients shipping items through the Port of Savannah, 105 Kendall Park Lane offered a prime location that will allow us to continue to provide best-in-class service to our clients,” Parks said. “Additionally, being in a standalone building will offer top-level security to our clientele.”
“The building’s prime location right off Fulton Industrial Boulevard will be optimal for Broadrange Logistics as they continue to grow their client base throughout the Southeast,” Robers said.