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Entre Completes Build-to-Suit Sale for LTL Firm’s Headquarters

Entre Commercial Realty recently completed a 21,000-square-foot build-to-suit sale at 745 Tollgate Rd. in Elgin, IL. The facility will be built for AZE, Inc, a national LTL carrier based out of Schaumburg, which will utilize the building as its new corporate headquarters. 
Entre represented both the developer, Triumph Construction and the buyer, AZE. Entre was able to procure the buyer by finding a centralized location with I-90 exposure and by obtaining a special use permit from the Village of Elgin for truck maintenance and trailer storage. This marks the sixth BTS sale the team of Cory Kay and Mike Deserto has completed since 2020.
Kay and DeSerto represented AZE. Triumph Construction was represented by Entre’s Mike Berkowitz.


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