BOLINGBROOK, ILL. — Atlanta-based IDI has become the first industrial real estate developer in the Chicago market to achieve the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED certification for its speculative warehouse/distribution facility in Bolingbrook. The 102,936-square-foot Building IV at Bolingbrook Corporate Center has received silver-level LEED certification. Additionally, IDI has submitted two nearly complete speculative buildings — the 453,090-square-foot Bolingbrook Corporate Center West Building II and the 339,741-square-foot Rock Run Business Park Building IX — for LEED certification. This summer, the company also plans to submit its 470,000-square-foot facility at Antioch Corporate Center for LEED Certification. Sustainable features of the facilities include reduced water usage for irrigation, highly efficient make-up air units that improve indoor air quality and naturalized stormwater management systems.

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