CT Begins Development of $125M Logistics Park in Suburban Chicago

Interchange 55 Logistics Park will feature two distribution facilities totaling 1.3 million square feet.

ROMEOVILLE, ILL. — CT has begun development of Interchange 55 Logistics Park in the Chicago suburb of Romeoville. The $125 million, 1.3 million-square-foot logistics park is slated for completion by the end of this year. The project will consist of two distribution facilities, each with clear heights of 32 feet, 560-foot building depths and 185-foot truck courts. Building A will feature 657,000 square feet with 60 dock doors, 157 trailer parking spaces and 241 car parking spaces. Building B will feature 684,000 square feet with 68 dock doors, 175 trailer parking spaces and 465 car parking spaces. The design will allow for future expansion of parking and dock doors. Adam Roth, Dan Leahy and Packy Doyle of NAI Hiffman represented CT in the acquisition of the 112-acre land site.

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