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PCCP and Midwest Industrial Funds have formed a joint venture partnership to develop in the low-vacancy McCook, Illinois submarket

PCCP and Midwest Industrial Funds Launch Project in Low-Vacancy McCook Submarket 

A joint venture of PCCP, LLC and Midwest Industrial Funds will develop a 245,002-square-foot, Class A industrial facility at 8701 W. 53rd Street in McCook, IL. The property is located 12 miles southwest of downtown Chicago and is within one of the highest-performing industrial submarkets in the 1.5 billion-square-foot greater Chicago market.   

“We are excited to provide new supply to McCook, which is a core industrial location that has been favored by institutional investors and tenants due to its dual-interstate access and drivability to both O’Hare and downtown Chicago.,” said Alexandra Schultz, a VP with PCCP.   

The McCook industrial submarket is adjacent to I-55, one of the most important interstates that serve the Chicago MSA. Vacancy in the submarket is approximately 1.8% due to the lack of new supply and consistent occupancy from a wide range of tenants.   

CBRE National Partners advised on the PCCP/Midwest Industrial JV. 


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