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US Capital Development Breaks Ground on $20M Industrial Build-to-Suit for 1st Phorm in Fenton, Missouri

The sports nutrition products manufacturer will occupy an 182,400-square-foot facility.

FENTON, MO. — US Capital Development has broken ground on a $20 million industrial build-to-suit for 1st Phorm at Fenton Logistics Park in Missouri. The sports nutrition products manufacturer expects to occupy the 182,400-square-foot facility by early next year. Upon completion, the property will house more than 400 employees and feature an auditorium, gym, podcast room, basketball court, kitchen and media rooms in addition to office and warehousing space. With the addition of the new 1st Phorm facility, US Capital Development will have invested more than $111 million in developing Fenton Logistics Park and delivered 50 percent of the industrial space planned within the park.

The developer continues to breathe new life into the site of the former Chrysler Plant, which now features 648,411 square feet of completed space, with 88 percent of those buildings occupied. M+H Architects is serving as the architect on the 1st Phorm project, while Stock & Associates is the consulting engineer and Alper Audi Inc. is the structural engineer. CBRE’s Jon Hinds and Katie Haywood represented US Capital Development while Noel Fehr of NAI Desco represented 1st Phorm.

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