WHITELAND, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — Dallas-based Mohr Capital has closed on an additional 184 acres of land in Whiteland which the company says represents Phase 1 of a planned 500-acre industrial park near Interstate 65.
The real estate investment firm says it will start construction in the spring on an 827,000-square-foot speculative building.
In June, Mohr also closed on a 122-acre site in which a one million square foot distribution center for Cooper Tires is now under construction.
The firm says it is planning future growth for the Mohr Logistics Park.
Earlier this month, Mohr withdrew a rezoning proposal for a more than a 150-acre portion of the project. Our partners at the Daily Journal reported Mohr Capital decided to pause that portion of the project but may resubmit for zoning changes in the future.
Mohr says Indianapolis-based Curran Architecture is the architect for the logistics park, while American Structurepoint, also based in Indy, is the civil engineer.