Krusinski Construction Completes Buildout of Food Distribution Facility in Chicago

The tenant, 86 Food Service, now occupies 90,000 square feet at a 167,000-square-foot warehouse.

CHICAGO — Krusinski Construction Co. has completed a 90,000-square-foot buildout for 86 Food Service at 1400 W. 43rd St. in Chicago. The distributor of wholesale food and supplier of fresh produce, meat, poultry and dry goods to restaurants and grocery stores occupies the space within an existing 167,000-square-foot, speculative warehouse previously built by Krusinski. The buildout for 86 Food Service included the installation of cold storage refrigeration, freezers and a retail component to serve its customer base. Additional features include 7,500 square feet of office space, 50 new car parking stalls, one drive-in door and a clear height of 32 feet. Prologis served as developer with Cornerstone Architects Ltd. as architect and Grivas-Krause Associates Ltd. as structural engineer.

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