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LL Capital Markets closed the sale of an eight-property industrial portfolio in Pleasant Prairie, WI and North Chicago, IL

CenterPoint Sells Eight-Property Industrial Portfolio to EQT Exeter

JLL Capital Markets closed the sale of an eight-property, Class A industrial portfolio totaling 3,825,589 square feet of existing assets and 144 acres of land in Pleasant Prairie, WI and North Chicago, IL. The sellers were CenterPoint Properties and a confidential partner. EQT Exeter acquired the portfolio. 

The eight properties are fully leased to nine tenants and offer users benefits including 32’ average clear heights, ample loading and fully circulating truck courts. The portfolio also includes six land sites in Pleasant Prairie totaling 144 acres.  

The JLL Capital Markets Investment Sales and Advisory team representing the sellers was led by senior managing director and industrial group leader John Huguenard and senior director Kurt Sarbaugh. 

“As one of the largest transactions recently completed in the Chicago marketplace, this is a great endorsement of the continued growth of the Chicago industrial market,” said Huguenard. 


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JLL's Huguenard

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