More industrial development is headed to the north part of the Austin metro — this time in a northeast pocket of the city proper rather than a slightly more distant suburb.

Developers recently broke ground on Connor Lane Business Park, a  27-acre industrial infill project at the end of Connor Lane just past its intersection with Sheldon Cove east of Georgian Acres and about a mile from both State Highway 183 and Interstate 35., according to a Wednesday announcement.

Houston's Alliance Industrial is developing the park, which will have two buildings: one about 87,500 square feet and the other 83,500 square feet, for a total of about 171,000 square feet.

The buildings will have shallow-bay, rear-load industrial space that will accommodate segmentation among to a range of tenant sizes and is aimed at distribution and manufacturing companies that require 12,000 to 87,000 square feet of space.

“Connor Lane Business Park is our third industrial development in the greater Austin area, providing the market with institutional quality tilt-wall facilities that are uniquely positioned in a core infill location and designed to accommodate a multitude of tenant uses and sizes,” Andrew Peeples, an Alliance Industrial director, said.

Houston-based Seeberger Architecture and Langan Engineering and Environmental Services are attached to the project, and commercial real estate firm Colliers has partnered with Alliance Industrial to market it.

The park is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2024.