The United States Postal Service has started moving into a 136,000-square-foot industrial building in the Rock Lake Business Ccenter in Pompano Beach that was once slated for use by Amazon.
Developed by Atlanta-based IDI Logistics, Rock Lake Business Center consists of two buildings that were built in 2021 and total 250,000 square feet of industrial space. The building that USPS moved into was originally intended for Amazon. However, the structure was among numerous locations across the nation that Amazon opted not to use when the company announced it was shrinking its physical footprint in 2022.
Now dubbed the Pompano Beach Sorting and Delivery Center, the Rock Lake building will consolidate letter carrier operations for five post offices in Broward County.