MONROVIA, IND. — Core5 Industrial Partners has begun development of a 1 million-square-foot industrial building within the Hendricks Gateway Park in Monrovia, about 25 miles southwest of Indianapolis. The building will be the first speculative industrial building in the market with a clear height of 40 feet. It is slated for completion in the second quarter of 2020. The development will offer parking for 663 cars and 251 trailers. Andrew Morris and Jeremy Woods of CBRE represented Core5 in the purchase of 76 acres of land for the project. The duo will also represent Core5’s leasing efforts for the new property. The project team includes GDI Construction, MacGregor Associates Architects and Structurepoint. Hendricks Gateway Park is currently home to DHL, Chewy.com, Johnson & Johnson and Geodis.
Core5 Begins Development of 1 MSF Spec Industrial Building Near Indianapolis