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Axiom Capital Structures Refi for Carol Stream Industrial

Axiom Capital Corp. has structured and arranged a $6,750,000 permanent loan for the refinance of a single tenant light manufacturing and warehouse property located in the city of Carol Stream within Illinois’ DuPage County. 

The property consists of a 206,125 square foot building with 204 parking spaces situated on 13.93 acres. The property features include 32.5’ clear height; 7.8% of office space; steel and masonry construction with a rubber membrane roof; a 1,200-amp, 480v, 3-phace, 4-wire electrical service; fully sprinklered; 17 dock doors; and 4 drive-in doors.  

The borrower wasn’t disclosed. The property is approximately five miles west of Interstate 355 with access to Interstate 88 11.5 miles to the south.


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