MEDFORD, N.Y. — iBorrow, a Los Angeles-based commercial bridge and direct lender, has provided a $5.1 million acquisition loan for a 41,000-square-foot industrial property located in the Long Island community of Medford. The facility sits on 3.1 acres and features a clear height of 22 feet, five drive-in doors and one loading dock, as well as proximity to Montauk Highway and the Long Island Expressway. The borrower was not disclosed.
PARK HILLS, MO. — Hilliker Corp. has brokered the sale of a 515,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Park Hills, about 65 miles south of St. Louis. The sales price was undisclosed, but the list price was $10 million. The 42-acre development, one of the largest manufacturing plants in the state, features 18 dock doors and six drive-in doors. H. Meade Summers, Scott Martin and Jeff Price of Hilliker represented the seller, Piramal Glass Flat River LLC USA, which is part of an international corporation based in India. The plant formerly manufactured glass bottles. Phoenix Investors LLC was the buyer.
DETROIT — Basis Industrial has received an $8.3 million construction loan for a self-storage facility in Detroit. Basis acquired the land at 1610 Algonquin St. in October 2021. Berkadia arranged the construction loan through Old National Bank. Basis plans to break ground on the 78,187-square-foot project in October. The facility will feature 645 climate-controlled units, advanced security systems and other amenities. Completion is slated for fall 2024. Basis plans to have a third party, Public Storage, manage the facility upon completion.
DES PLAINES, ILL. — Advanced Plastic Corp. has signed an 87,703-square-foot industrial lease in the Chicago suburb of Des Plaines. The custom plastic extrusion company will occupy the entire building, which is located on Marshall Drive. Rick Anesi of Lee & Associates of Illinois represented the tenant. Jeff Janda, John Cassidy and Brad Simousek of Lee & Associates of Illinois represented the owner, DRA Advisors.
HOUSTON — Power Electronics USA, a provider of renewable energy solutions, has signed a 166,250-square-foot industrial lease at Airtex Commerce Center in Houston. According to LoopNet Inc., the rear-load building at 431 E. Airtex Drive was built in 2015 and features 32-foot clear heights. Ben Condara, John Nicholson and Robyn Hurrell of Colliers represented the tenant in the lease negotiations. Brian Gammill, Darryl Noon and Craig Bean of Transwestern represented the landlord.
MIDLAND, TEXAS — Extract Production, an equipment manufacturer for the oil and gas industry, has sold a 50,000-square-foot industrial flex property in the West Texas city of Midland for $10 million. The property was built in phases on 14 acres between 2018 and 2022. Kyle Fant, Britt Raymond, Matthew Mousavi and Patrick Luther of SRS Real Estate Partners represented Extract Production, which also occupies the building and will lease the space back for the next 15 years, in the all-cash transaction. The team also procured the buyer, an undisclosed, publicly traded REIT.
PEARLAND, TEXAS — Locally based brokerage firm Fritsche Anderson Realty Partners has arranged the sale of a 68,000-square-foot industrial park in the southern Houston suburb of Pearland. The property comprises five buildings on a 7.6-acre site. Brandon Wuntch and Drew Altmann of Fritsche Anderson represented the seller, an entity doing business as Halik 35 LLC, in the transaction and procured the buyer, Houston-based Baywater Capital.
Trez Capital Funds Construction Loan for 153,000 SF Hawes Commerce Park Industrial Project in Mesa, Arizona
MESA, ARIZ. — Trez Capital has closed a construction loan for Dale Cavan for the development of Hawes Commerce Park, an industrial project at the intersection of East Pecos and South Hawes roads in Mesa. Currently under construction, Hawes Commerce Park will feature 10 buildings with a combined 16 units and a total of 153,000 net rentable square feet. The property sits adjacent to Phoenix’s secondary airport, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Completion is slated for third-quarter 2024.
NEWARK, N.J. — A joint venture between two locally based development and investment firms, CrownPoint Group Inc. and Lamar Cos., will develop a 1,200-unit self-storage facility in Newark’s Ironbound district. The site is a former salvage yard that comprises four lots totaling roughly one acre, and the six-story, climate-controlled facility will span 135,000 gross square feet. Construction is set to begin in the fourth quarter. Extra Space Storage will operate the property.
SPRINGDALE, OHIO — Ditsch USA has unveiled plans to expand its operations in the Cincinnati area. The expansion includes a building purchase and renovation, adding fully automated bakery production lines and increasing industrial freezer storage capacity. The pretzel manufacturer has made a commitment to bring 150 new jobs over the next three years to the area. The expansion comes nine years after Ditsch selected Springdale, Ohio, as its first location outside of Germany for its U.S. headquarters. Ditsch is converting a former Costco site in Springdale, offering future employment opportunities for production associates, maintenance technicians and line supervisors. JobsOhio, a private nonprofit economic development corporation, is planning to assist the project with talent acquisition services. The expansion was also made possible with support from REDI Cincinnati, the first point of contact for companies locating or growing in the 16-county region at the heart of southwest Ohio, northern Kentucky and southeast Indiana.