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Jabil sells 93-acre Gateway property for a combined $32M

Veronica Brezina

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A rendering of the overall site plan for the residential community. There will be nine residential buildings. All images are from Kimley Horn Associates.

St. Petersburg manufacturing giant Jabil Inc. has closed on its sale of the Gateway property that will be redeveloped into a housing community and industrial park. 

Jabil (NYSE: JBL) sold its 93-acre property to two different LLCs in separate transactions. It sold one part to Gateway Jabil Property Owners LLC in an $18 million deal, and another to GEP XI Gandy LLC in a $14 million deal. The LLCs are linked to Greystar Development. 

Jabil previously eyed the site for a potential HQ, but it pursued a different site instead and went under contract for several months to sell the massive property to Greystar Development, a subsidiary of South Carolina-based Greystar Real Estate Partners, which is one of the largest multi-family developers. 

Greystar plans to develop roughly 61 acres at the site for industrial uses, and nearly 18 acres would be used for multifamily units at the southern end of the property. 
 

The overall plans. Image: St. Pete DRC/Kimley Horn

The residential component entails building a total of nine buildings. Each building would range from 24 to 36 and 64 units each, which breaks down to roughly 23 units per acre. The entrance to the site would be off 28th Street. 

The amenities would include a clubhouse, two pavilions, two pools and four single-story multi-bay garages. 

However, under the agreement, Greystar first must build at least 200,000 square feet of industrial before initiating the multifamily development. Greystar would be able to build 500,000 to 600,000 square feet of industrial space at full buildout. 

The proposed industrial project will be the largest industrial development Pinellas County has seen in some time. The developer estimates that the industrial project will result in at least 3,300 jobs, according to city documents. 

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    Sandhillsrider

    March 16, 2022at5:05 pm

    Better bring in plenty of fill dirt. Gets pretty swampy during rainy season.

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    PG

    March 18, 2022at9:34 pm

    They need to build a truckstop to support the industrial complex. Since they are bringing trucks in, they need somewhere to park.
    If that idea is not in the cards, a staging lot should be required. Every industrial complex should have a staging lot so the trucks can park to take the required break before getting loaded or unloaded.

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