Copaken Brooks Begins Development of 500,000 SF Industrial Property in Edgerton, Kansas

Midwest Gateway will consist of two speculative industrial buildings.

EDGERTON, KAN. — Copaken Brooks has begun development of Midwest Gateway, a 500,000-square-foot industrial property near the BNSF intermodal facility in Edgerton. The property will include two speculative buildings of 301,603 square feet and 186,107 square feet. The project is designed to meet the needs of warehouse, distribution and manufacturing users of smaller footprints. The buildings will feature 32-foot clear heights, motion sensor lighting, docks, truck parking and trailer storage. Construction is slated for completion in February 2018. Midwest Gateway is the closest development site to the BNSF intermodal, according to a press release.

Bucky Brooks of Copaken Brooks, along with Nathan Anderson and Russel Pearson of NAI Heartland, are marketing the property for lease. Project team members include GMA Architects, ARCO National Construction, Shafer, Kline & Warren, Krudwig & Associates and Metro Air.

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