Construction about to Begin at Bolingbrook Industrial Park

By Carrel, Elisabeth | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), March 7, 1998 | Go to article overview

Construction about to Begin at Bolingbrook Industrial Park


Carrel, Elisabeth, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Elisabeth Carrel Daily Herald Staff Writer

Construction will begin this spring on the first of two 105,000-square-foot buildings on a 12-acre industrial campus in Bolingbrook.

The yet-to-be-named campus is at Route 53 and Crossroads Parkway.

The first building will be a multi-tenant center at 245 Crossroads Parkway. It will have 24-foot ceilings and 24 drive-in docks. The building will be divisible to 17,000 square feet and able to house up to six tenants with separate entries.

DSI Interests LLC is the owner of the industrial campus. Development Solutions Inc. is the design/build contractor for the project. Archideas is the project architect. The mortgage lender is Wispark Corp., the real estate development subsidiary of Wisconsin Energy Corp.

Work on the first building is scheduled to be complete this fall. Construction on the second will follow shortly afterward.

Wispark is attempting to create a "niche project" that will fill a void in the market, said Mark Ebacher, Wispark's regional director.

"Bolingbrook has become synonymous with 'big-box' buildings, and we feel there is a demand for the smaller type of project," Ebacher said.

Chuck Barr and Dave Prioletti of CB Commercial Real Estate Group will be exclusive marketing agents for the property. …

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