IllinoisIndustrial Brown Commercial Group negotiates six transactions in Chicago suburbs July 23, 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email 123 Easy Street, Carol Stream, Illinois Brown Commercial Group negotiated six industrial transactions in the Chicago suburbs totaling 25,211 square feet. Brown Commercial Group broker, Matt Hanson, represented the landlord in leasing a 10,000-square-foot space at 123-133 Easy Street in Carol Stream, Illinois to Reliable High Performance Products. The tenant is doubling its space from a location in Arlington Heights, Illinois. “Many tenants are in an expansion mode right now and looking to take on additional space,” said Dan Brown, president of Brown Commercial Group. “We are pleased to see businesses planning for their next stage beyond the current pandemic environment.” Brown Commercial Group partner, Trinity Scurto, and broker, Pat Crowley, represented the seller while Hanson represented the buyer in the sale of a 3,000-square-foot building at 348 Evergreen Avenue in Bensenville, Illinois to Inko Corp., a roofing business. Brown Commercial Group broker, Candace Scurto, represented tenants in four other lease transactions, including Mastercraft Custom Floors’ leasing of 4,165 square feet at 758 Birginal Drive in Bensenville. Brown Commercial Group partner, Mike Antonelli, represented the building owner, a private investor. In Elk Grove Village, Illinois, Candace Scurto represented Doors in Motion, a garage door repair business, in their lease of 3,600 square feet at 2710 Greenleaf Avenue. Lee and Associates’ Mark Baumhart represented the landlord. She also represented Horcher Construction in a 2,646-square-foot lease at 3750 Industrial Avenue in Rolling Meadows, Illinois for its general contracting business. SVN Chicago Commercial’s John Joyce and Johnny Joyce represented the landlord. Finally, Candace Scurto represented restoration and remodeling company Exact Builders Inc. in taking an 1,800-square-foot-lease at 820 Birginal Drive in Bensenville. Antonelli represented the building owner, a private investor.