Franklin Street Secures 136K SF Industrial Lease with New-to-Market Manufacturer

Franklin Street has arranged a 136,000-square-foot, full-building warehouse lease in Deland, Florida, with trailer manufacturing company ALCOM, LLC.

The lease marks the Winslow, Maine-based tenant’s entrance to the Florida market, with potential to create dozens of jobs in Central Florida. Franklin Street’s Industrial team negotiated the lease on behalf of the landlord, a private owner.

At 2526 W. New York Ave. in Deland, Volusia County, ALCOM, LLC’s new facility is approximately 40 miles north of Orlando and enjoys connectivity throughout Central Florida via State Road 44, I-75, I-95, Florida’s Turnpike and I-4. The facility features 24-foot clear height, 3,600 square feet of office space, 21 dock doors and upgraded electricity and lighting. Previously occupied by a cabinet manufacturer, the property is currently being renovated to accommodate ALCOM, LLC’s trailer manufacturing needs.

“Volusia County is an excellent location for manufacturing with its diverse workforce, central location, great road network and expanding customer base,” said Larry Kahn, Senior Director of Industrial for Franklin Street. “As a whole, Central Florida’s industrial market continues to expand, and has grown from being a spoke at the end of the I-4 industrial corridor hub to a hub in and of itself.”

ALCOM is expected to take occupancy of the property this month. Founded in 2006, the manufacturer is known for producing the most diverse, highest quality aluminum trailer line in the industry. The company currently serves over 500 dealerships in 51 states and provinces, as well as in China, India and Kuwait.

Franklin Street’s five-member, Orlando-based Industrial Real Estate Services Team handles the leasing and sale of industrial property throughout Florida.




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