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1 MID FLORIDA Logistics Park MID FLORIDA LOGISTICS PARK APOPKA, FL Developed By:...Central Florida s Premier Logistics Park

2 Table of Contents Development Overview Property Specifications Why Mid Florida Logistics Park Property Aerials and Maps Wekiva Parkway Schedule Orange County, Florida Leasing Agent Owner and Developer 02

3 Mid Florida Logistics Park DEVELOPMENT OVERVIEW Mid Florida Logistics Park is a Class A industrial business park located in the city of Apopka with immediate access to the Western Expressway, US Highway 441, and upon completion, the Wekiva Parkway. Immediate access to the Western Expressway allows ease of access throughout Orlando and the state of Florida. Mid Florida Logistics Park offers over 2,400,000 square feet over five buildings, with building sizes ranging from 160,000 square feet up to 1,025,000 square feet, and is perfect for distribution, light manufacturing and office users. Mid Florida Logistics Park offers a solution for every type of industrial business. The park also provides access to numerous quality amenities within minutes from the site. There is abundant labor, immediate access to workforce and executive housing, and superior access to major interstates. 03

4 PROPERTY SPECIFICATIONS Five buildings totaling over 2,400,000 SF Buildings from 160,000 to 1,024,400 SF Build-to-suit office 36 + clear height Dock high and grade level access Cross dock and rear loading Multiple points of ingress/egress Tilt wall construction ABOUT BLUESCOPE PROPERTIES GROUP BlueScope Properties Group ( BPG ) is a premier real estate development company headquartered in Kansas City, MO. BPG is a subsidiary of BlueScope Steel Limited (ASX:BSL), a publicly traded company headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. Their focus is to develop Class A Industrial Properties in markets across the United States and Canada. BPG delivers best in class properties while providing customized solutions for their customers. Zoned I-1, Restricted Industrial, City of Apopka Rail served Build to suit to lease or sell Land sale available UTILITY PROVIDERS Power - Duke Energy Water - City of Apopka Gas - Lake Apopka Natural Gas District Sewer - City of Apopka Garbage - City of Apopka 04

5 BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS AND SITE PLAN OPTION 1 Building 1 300,800 SF 470 building depth truck courts 34 trailer spaces Building 2 1,024,400 SF 520 building depth 190 truck courts 289 trailer spaces Building 3 400,000 SF 420 building depth 190 truck courts 141 trailer spaces Building 4 537,600 SF 420 building depth 130 truck courts 88 trailer spaces Building 5 160,000 SF 400 building depth truck courts 38 trailer spaces 05

6 BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS AND SITE PLAN OPTION 2 Building 1 300,800 SF 470 building depth truck courts 34 trailer spaces Building 2 660,400 SF 520 building depth 190 truck courts 213 trailer spaces Building 3 400,000 SF 420 building depth 190 truck courts 141 trailer spaces Building 4 512,400 SF 420 building depth 130 truck courts 88 trailer spaces Building 5 536,000 SF 400 building depth 185 truck court 146 trailer spaces 06

7 2,425 OF FRONTAGE ON Western Expressway

8 WHY MID FLORIDA LOGISTICS PARK? Location, location, location. Mid Florida Logistics Park is located on the Western Expressway (SR 429), within the northwest quadrant of Central Florida. This location provides immediate access to the expressway system which circles metro Orlando, including Central Florida Greeneway (SR 417) and Wekiva Parkway (SR 429) currently under construction. The Western Beltway also intersects with Florida s Turnpike, East-West Expressway (SR 408) and Interstate 4, providing users with the ability to access all areas around the city without accessing Interstate 4, which is undergoing a major construction project that is expected to take another seven years to complete. Other benefits include: Immediate Access to Highways Mid Florida Logistics Park is four minutes from the entrance to State Road 429, the Western Expressway to Orlando. In addition, the Wekiva Parkway is currently under construction to connect to State Road 46 to the north, which would provide a reliever to having to get onto Interstate-4 through downtown. The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) estimates that all five sections of the connection to Interstate-4 should be completed by Proximity to the Tourist District Mid Florida Logistics Park is 27 minutes away from Disney; 32 minutes to International Drive; 35 minutes to Orange County Convention Center; and 37 minutes to Orlando International Airport, as well as being closer to all of the major cities in Florida and Georgia and providing an alternative to Interstate 4 traffic. Drivers are on the highways faster at Mid Florida Logistics Park than most any other industrial park in Orlando. Proximity to Labor There are estimated to be 334,422 people located within a 10-mile radius of Mid Florida Logistics Park. Many residents on the northwest side of Orlando commute to other parts of Orlando and would be thrilled to have their company closer to their residence. Proximity to Executive Housing We have found that many of the executives leading industrial companies in Orlando live on the northwest and southwest sides of Orlando; however, that drive is becoming increasingly long as the traffic to the rest of Orlando has been extremely difficult. Visibility Mid Florida Logistics Park has approximately 2,425 of frontage along the Western Expressway, which boasts approximately 20,300 AADT. There are few industrial parks in Orlando that have that type of exposure along a major highway. Local Amenities Mid Florida Logistics Park is located within minutes of downtown Apopka, a vibrant commercial district with many food, drink and entertainment options, as well as US Highway 441. Expedited Permitting The City of Apopka is a small town and has the ability to expedite permitting in order to cut down on costly permitting issues. Proximity to Customers The northwest side of Orlando is one of the fastest growing communities in all of the United States. The growth of Orlando is pushing north and west and, upon completion of the Wekiva Parkway, the ability to reach consumers from Mid Florida Logistics Park will be much easier. 08

9 PROPERTY AERIALS AND MAPS ACCESS POINTS 1.4 miles 5 minutes 1.1 miles 4 minutes MID FLORIDA Logistics Park 09

10 CONCEPTUAL SITE PLANS 1.4 miles 5 minutes 1.1 miles 4 minutes OPTION 1 OPTION 2 10

11 Location Tampa Jacksonville Miami Atlanta Drive Time 1 Hr 22 Mins 2 Hrs 23 Mins 3 Hrs 37 Mins 6 Hrs 4 Mins 11

12 DRIVE TIME MAP Time Population 1 Hour 2,623,852 2 Hours 7,140,565 4 Hours 14,498,921 Destination Time Distance SR min 1.1 miles SR min 15 miles I-4 23 min 22 miles Turnpike 17 min 14 miles I-95 1 hour 59 miles 1 Hr I min 53 miles 2 Hr 4 Hr 12

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14 WEKIVA PARKWAY SCHEDULE Section 1A - CFX Final Design Section 1B - CFX Final Design Section 2A - CFX Final Design Section 2B - CFX Final Design Section 2C - CFX Final Design Section 3A - FDOT Wekiva Parkway (SR 429) Schedule * Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Located just north of Mid Florida Logistics Park, the Wekiva Parkway (SR 429) would connect to the Central Florida Greeneway (SR 417) at Interstate 4 in Sanford, completing the beltway around Central Florida, while helping to protect the natural resources surrounding the Wekiva River. The 25- mile tolled expressway will provide travel alternatives and relieve US 441, SR 46 and other area roads of traffic congestion resulting from growth and travel between Orange, Lake and Seminole Counties. This estimated $1.6 billion project includes $500 million of non-toll road improvements including: Final Design Section 3B - FDOT Final Design Section 4A* & 4B* - FDOT Design-Build Section 5 - FDOT Final Design Section 6* - FDOT Preliminary Design Design-Build Section 7A - FDOT Final Design Section 7B - FDOT Design Section 8* - FDOT Design-Build Widening seven (7) miles of SR 46 in Lake and Seminole Counties Providing non-tolled, one-lane service roads parallel to the parkway in part of east Lake and Seminole Counties Building a 10-mile, multi-use trail along portions of the parkway in east Lake and Seminole counties Source: Florida Department of Transporation/Central Florida Expressway Authority 14 *Schedule Subject to Change *For more information, visit

15 62M+ ANNUAL VISITORS TO Orlando

16 ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA Orange County is the region s most populous county and includes the City of Orlando - recently recognized as the 2nd fastest growing city of 2017 by Forbes Magazine - as well as twelve other incorporated cities. The county sits in the approximate center of the state, midway between Jacksonville and Miami. The St. Petersburg-Tampa area on the Gulf of Mexico and Daytona Beach on the Atlantic Ocean are easy drives. Two of the state s major highways, Interstate 4 (east-west) and the Florida Turnpike (north-south), intersect just outside Orlando. Orange County is home to the second largest university in the nation (one of the top research universities), one of the top ten research parks in the country, one of only two National Entrepreneur Centers, a world-class international airport, and an all new Medical City, which includes the UCF College of Medicine that opened in Source: Orlando EDC 16

17 TRANSPORTATION With 62 million visitors a year, Orlando has perfected the art of getting to and from here and is easily accessible to the entire globe. The region is home to three international airports, including Orlando International Airport, which is ranked as the 2nd busiest passenger airport in Florida, the 14th busiest in the nation and the 43rd busiest in the world. It is the also the 5th largest airport for domestic origin and destination. Ongoing expansion at the Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB), coupled with the state s largest foreign trade zone designation, has helped SFB become one of the most active international airport the United States. Port Canaveral and the Atlantic Ocean are within a 45-minute drive and the Port of Tampa on the Gulf of Mexico is only an hour away, putting European, North American and South American markets at our gateway. On land, the region sits at the crossroads of Florida s highway network, serving as a hub for distribution. SunRail, the region s commuter rail system, runs 31 miles from Volusia to Orange County and will eventually connect 61 miles into Osceola County. Also forthcoming is the All Aboard Florida train connecting Miami to Orlando. All of that connectivity is invaluable for business. Source: Orlando EDC 17

18 MID FLORIDA Logistics Park Matt Sullivan, SIOR, CCIM Managing Director, Principal Wilson McDowell, SIOR, CCIM Managing Director, Principal Bobby Isola, CCIM Director, Principal Cite Partners 100 East Pine Street, Suite 200 Orlando, FL