Missner, Realterm Finish Chicago Stockyards Industrial Building
The Missner Group and Realterm have completed a third joint venture project, the construction of a cutting-edge industrial building located at 1032 W 43rd Street in Chicago, Illinois. The new 130,354-square-foot class-A industrial facility sits on 7.98 acres in the Chicago Stockyards.
The Missner Group and Realterm served as the developers of the speculative industrial building, with Missner also serving as the general contractor, and the project team consisted of Angelo Christopher, Pat Howard, Bob Papineau, Don Hay, and Larry Whybrew. The building achieved an Energy Star upon completion.
Cornerstone Architects provided architectural design and SPACECO, Inc. provided engineering. Larry Goldwasser, Colin Green and Michelle Maguire of CBRE were the brokers. 61,000 square feet was pre-leased by Atom Banana, a fruit wholesaler. The facility can be subdivided into smaller spaces with 69,254 square feet of available space.
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