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Avison Young Negotiates Sale of 117,472 SF Industrial Building in Suburban Chicago

The buyer, Midwest Industrial Funds, plans to renovate the property.

BATAVIA, ILL. — Avison Young has negotiated the sale of a 117,472-square-foot industrial building in Batavia for an undisclosed price. The property is located at 1020 Olympic Drive in Chicago’s Fox Valley submarket. The Class B building was constructed in 1977 and expanded in 1983. The property, situated on a seven-acre site, features clear heights ranging from 24 to 28 feet as well as three rail doors that enable connection to the nearby Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail spur. Tom Curtis and John Moysey of Avison Young represented the seller, a national manufacturing company, which used the facility as a single-tenant building for many years. The building was vacant at the time of sale. Midwest Industrial Funds purchased the asset and has retained Avison Young to market the repositioned property, which will undergo major renovations, including a new roof, installation of modern HVAC systems and an office renovation.

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