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Avison Team Trades Niles Industrial with Longtime Tenant

Avison Young has negotiated a 149,474-square-foot industrial building sale at 6035 Gross Point Rd. in Niles, IL. The property is fully leased to longtime tenant Fort Dearborn Company, one of the country’s largest producers of labels for consumer goods packaging.
 
Principals Erik Foster and Mike Wilson represented owners Dermody Properties and Chicago-based Wanxiang America Real Estate Group in the sale. The buyer was Plymouth Industrial REIT. Terms of the sale weren’t disclosed.

“This asset was well received in the market given its strong location and the high quality, long-term tenant in place,” said Foster. “Chicago remains one of the top industrial markets in the country and is a draw for national and international investors looking for stability and growth potential.”

The building is located in proximity to O’Hare International Airport, I-294 and I-94, along with the strong Northern Cook County labor pool. 

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