Erik Foster and Mike Wilson of Avison Young’s National Industrial Capital Markets Group have sold a four-building industrial portfolio totaling almost 1 million square feet in the Chicago industrial market.
The 900,000-square-foot portfolio, sold by a fund managed by J.P. Morgan Asset Management, includes newer, fully leased buildings with strong credit tenants. The buyer was Exeter Property Group. The sales price was not disclosed.
The properties include:
• A 246,300-square-foot building at 25777 S. Cleveland Ave. in Monee, IL in the greater Chicago market. The tenant is Liberty Furniture, a privately owned furniture manufacturer with a national distribution base. Built in 2001, the building has 30-foot ceiling heights.
• A 239,700-square-foot facility at 25975 S. Cleveland Ave. in Monee, IL, in the greater Chicago market. DIY Group, a packaging, warehouse and distribution services company, leases 100 percent of the space, built in 2005. The building has 30-foot ceiling heights.
• A 251,465-square-foot building at 1160 Pierson Dr., in Batavia, IL, in the greater Chicago market. The space is leased by DS Containers (193,465 SF), a consumer packaging company, and Superior Health Linens (58,000 SF), a healthcare supply company. Built in 2006, the building has 30-foot ceiling heights.
• A 157,120-square-foot building at 5900 Carlson Ave. in Portage, IN, in Northwest Indiana, considered part of the greater Chicago market. The building was built in 1995, has 29-foot ceiling heights and is leased to Manufacturing Solutions. The tenant is a leading manufacturing and engineering company.