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The 10-building Amhurst Lakes Business Park in Waukegan, IL sold to Link Logistics

Colliers Team Sells 11-Building Portfolio to Link Logistics 

(Updated with additional information)

Colliers Chicago’s Jeff Devine, Steve Disse and Chris Volkert represented a global real estate investment advisor in the sale of the Amhurst Lake Portfolio consisting of 11 buildings and spanning 1,438,410 square feet in Chicago’s suburbs. Ten of the buildings are located in the Amhurst Lakes Business Park in Waukegan, IL, and one building is located in Trumpet Business Park 10 miles north in Zion, IL. 

Currently 90% leased, the portfolio is home to a variety of tenants spanning pharmaceutical, home goods, logistics and manufacturing entities. The buyer was Link Logistics. Published reports say the Blackstone unit paid $149.5 million.
 
“This group of core industrial buildings possess all of the modern features today’s users seek in a true business park setting,” said Disse, an executive managing director at Colliers Chicago. “With a staggered rent roll and a premier location, there is tremendous upside for new ownership.”

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