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Lee Illinois Secures Full-Building Lease for Prologis

Lee & Associates Illinois has closed a full-building lease for a 101,536-square-foot industrial property at 2567 Greenleaf Ave. in Elk Grove Village, IL.

Chris Nelson and John Sharpe, principals with Lee & Associates’ Rosemont, IL office, represented the owner, Prologis. Steve Sullivan of NAI Hiffman represented the tenant, the Middleby Corporation, a manufacturer of commercial and residential cooking and industrial process equipment.

The O’Hare industrial submarket, including the Elk Grove Village property, has one of the Chicago region’s lower vacancy rates. At the end of the fourth quarter, vacancies in the submarket stood at 5.3%, according to NKF data; only five submarkets out of 18 had lower vacancies.

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