Matrix Global Logistics Park

Staten Island, NY

Matrix Global Logistics Park is a 400 acre industrial site located at the foot of the Goethals Bridge in Staten Island, New York.  The site is master planned to accommodate four buildings totaling up to 3.5 million square feet and is the largest new industrial site developed in New York City.

MHA designed multiple building projects on the site and performed infrastructure planning for Matrix.

Building 1 is a 975,000 square foot facility consisting of a single story, 40-foot clear height structure.  MHA subsequently designed the fit-out for IKEA’s same day direct-to-consumer e-commerce operations including administration, racking and coordination of automated order assembly systems.

Building 2 was designed by MHA as a spec 450,000 square foot core and shell cross-dock facility. Subsequently leased by Amazon, amendments were made to accommodate fit-out as one of their Delivery Stations, the last-mile fulfillment portion of their system. Here, packages are sorted and loaded onto those familiar grey vans as they are dispatched to their final destinations.

East and North Parking Structures provide capacity for up to 835 cars each, to accommodate employees of Building 3’s anchor tenant – Amazon.

Infrastructure planning includes utility, vehicular access/circulation and fire service coordination.

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