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Entre Commercial Realty arranged a 247,000-square-foot industrial lease for MAI Fulfillment in Elgin, IL

Entre Arranges 247K-SF Lease for Fulfillment Solutions Provider

Entre Commercial Realty has completed the lease of a 247,000-square-foot building at 2500 Galvin in Elgin, IL for MAI Fulfillment. MAI Fulfillment is a leading provider of full-service B2C and B2B solutions designed to enhance service and improve profitability for their clients. 

Entre’s Mike Berkowitz represented MAI. Steve Bass of NAI Hiffman represented the landlord, High Street Logistics Properties. 

The building features 30’ ceilings and 36 truck docks. MAI provides an integrated multi-channel contact center, order processing, warehousing services, and fulfillment solutions that are custom-built to their client’s specifications. 

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