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KeyTronic Remains in Place, Renews 80K SF

KeyTronic EMS opted to stay put in Butterfield Industrial Park in northeast El Paso. To that end, the company inked an 80,269-square-foot renewal for its distribution center. Chad McCleskey and Christian Giese with CBRE represented the landlord, ELP Butterfield 14 LLC in negotiations. Covington Group of Dallas acquired the property and others in 2016.

The electronic manufacturer, headquartered in Spokane Valley, WA, uses its space at 14 Butterfield Trail Blvd. as a warehouse-distribution center. The center services the company’s manufacturing operations across the border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

Butterfield Industrial Park encompasses 588 acres of prime land located on El Paso International Airport. The park is geared toward the manufacturing industry, and offers underground utilities, wide streets to handle large trucks, and access to air, rail, and highway transportation.

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