A master-planned logistics park at DFW Airport, International Commerce Park (ICP) is strategically designed to provide unmatched economic benefit and synergy for industrial/warehouse and logistics businesses. Centrally located in the DFW Metroplex, the park is conveniently situated in the northeast quadrant of the airport, south of Interstate Highway 635, east of State Highway 121; and north of State Highway 114.
The location is accessible to multiple transportation services (air, ground and rail) for optimal intermodal operations. ICP is located in a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), with imports and exports to facilitate the development of international trade and air freight logistics and expand world air cargo growth. Formal guidelines for construction, architectural design elements, environmental sustainability and aesthetic landscaping programs are enforced to preserve the premier character, integrity and quality of the development. Annual economic impacts from ICP in 2013 estimate the creation of 3,219 jobs that generate roughly $131.6 million in salaries, and economic contributions totaling approximately $329 million to the DFW region.As of January 2015, all 376 developable acres were successfully leased. After construction, Trade Center I, a 630,800 square foot speculative building in ICP, received recognition as the “Best New Industrial Land Development” deal by the Dallas Business Journal and the Logistics Center I, a 1,053,365 square-foot cross-dock facility was identified as the largest non-terminal facility ever built at the airport.