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Martin Produce has sold a cold storage warehouse in South Holland, IL to another food industry owner.

Produce Wholesaler Sells South Holland Cold Storage

Chris Wilbur and Jeff Locascio of Entre Commercial Realty have completed the sale of a 44,000-square-foot industrial building at 143 W 154th St. South Holland, IL. Entre negotiated the sale of this rare cold storage facility on behalf of Martin Produce Inc., one of the leading wholesale food distributors in the Midwest.  

The property features ample coolers and freezers, dry storage space, 18’ clear height, and three interior docks. The property was sold to another wholesale food distributor that required the infrastructure that was already in place. 

Jordan Schnoll with Jameson Commercial represented the buyer. Terms of the sale weren’t disclosed. 


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