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ML Realty Completes Central DuPage Warehouse

ML Realty Partners completed development of a new, multi-tenant, rear-load industrial building in the Central DuPage community of Glendale Heights, IL. Located at 760 E. North Ave., the building offers frontage and high visibility along North Avenue and is situated less than a mile from the interchange with I-355. 

ML Realty acquired the 7.5-acre land parcel in the fall of 2019 and construction of the 115,924 square-foot industrial was completed in January 2021. Designed by Harris Architects and constructed by Meridian Design Build, the building features 32’ clear heights with 26 exterior truck docks, two drive-in doors, heavy auto parking and is available for lease.

NAI Hiffman’s Kelly Disser, Eric Tresslar, Michael Freitag and Dion Ursino will be responsible for leasing the building. “ML Realty Partners remains committed to growing our presence not only in Chicago, but in Central DuPage,” said Patrick Shannon, SVP at ML Realty. 

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