A New Jersey company has leased 10 acres in industrial park in Pinellas County.
Jingoli Power has taken the space at the 29.5-acre Gaston Tree Debris Recycling site. The property, 3565 126 Ave., is about two miles south of St. Pete Clearwater Airport and near an Amazon distribution center.
There are no buildings on the property.
A spokesperson at Cushman & Wakefield, which represents the landlord, says “tenants can park vehicles/trucks/trailers, or store construction type equipment on the ground, outside. There won’t be additional buildings constructed or anything like that.”
According to the firm, the property was previously owned and occupied by a demolition contractor. It is now being used for outdoor storage and zoned for heavy industrial use.
Jingoli offers a portfolio of services for “complex gas and electric utility construction projects” according to its website. These include project management, logistics, safety services, contract management and environmental management.
It currently is working on projects in more than a dozen states.
Details of the lease were not disclosed.