Brown Commercial Group brokers two building sales in suburban Chicago

Brown Commercial Group partner, Mike Antonelli, represented the sellers of two industrial buildings on Winthrop Avenue in Addison, Illinois. Both of the assets were owned by business owners who had recently sold the businesses they had operated out of the buildings. Antonelli represented the seller, Winthrop LLC, at 608 W. Winthrop Avenue, a 9,950-square-foot building...

Winslyn Industries Signs 50,651 SF Industrial Lease in Batavia, Illinois

BATAVIA, ILL. — Winslyn Industries has signed a 50,651-square-foot industrial lease at 1850 Fabyan Parkway in Batavia, a western suburb of Chicago. The wholesaler of kitchen and bathroom products is expanding from a 32,000-square-foot facility in Bartlett. Winslyn’s new space is part of a 150,838-square-foot distribution center newly developed by Cratos Industrial Properties. Winslyn...

This Week’s Chicago Deal Sheet

Brown Commercial Group’s Jim Pietrarosso represented Winslyn Industries in a 50K SF industrial lease at 1850 Fabyan Parkway in west suburban Batavia, part of a new 151K SF, Class-A distribution center developed by Cratos Industrial Properties. Winslyn will occupy the space in Q1. Morken & Associates’ Kate Coxworth represented the developer. Sourced by Bisnow

Winslyn Industries to relocate to Batavia

BATAVIA -- Brown Commercial Group Senior Broker Jim Pietrarosso recently represented Winslyn Industries in a 50,651-square-foot industrial lease in Batavia. Terms of the lease were not announced. Winslyn Industries, a wholesaler of kitchen and bathroom products, is expanding from a 32,000-square-foot facility in Bartlett to the new site at 1850 Fabyan Parkway. The space is part of...

Brown Commercial negotiates 50,600-SF industrial lease in Chicago suburbs

Brown Commercial Group senior broker, Jim Pietrarosso, represented Winslyn Industries in a 50,651-square-foot industrial lease in Chicago’s western suburbs. The tenant, a leading wholesaler of kitchen and bathroom products, is expanding from a 32,000-square-foot facility in Bartlett, Illinois to 1850 Fabyan Parkway in Batavia, Illinois. The space is part of a new 150,838-square-foot, Class A...

Brown Commercial Group brokers five deals in western suburbs, Rockford

Brown Commercial Group worked with buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants on five commercial real estate transactions totaling 32,575 square feet across the western suburbs and in Rockford, Illinois. Each of the transactions included a building user who was opening a new business, adding a new location or expanding its business footprint. “We are seeing businesses...

Brown Commercial brokers five transactions

ELK GROVE VILLAGE -- Brown Commercial Group worked with buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants on five commercial real estate transactions totaling 32,575 square feet across the western suburbs and in Rockford. Each of the transactions included a building user who was opening a new business, adding a new location, or expanding its business footprint. Brown Commercial...

Brown Commercial Group negotiates building purchase for Davey Tree in Lombard

Brown Commercial Group partner, Mike Antonelli, represented The Davey Tree Expert Company, a North American residential and commercial tree and landscaping company, in its purchase of a 10,000-square-foot warehouse situated on a 4.75 acre land site at 1200 N. Lombard Road in Lombard, Illinois. The seller, a locally owned and operated tree care company,...

Brown Commercial Arranges Sale of 10,000 SF Warehouse in Lombard, Illinois

LOMBARD, ILL. — Brown Commercial Group has arranged the sale of a 10,000-square-foot industrial warehouse in Lombard for an undisclosed price. The Davey Tree Expert Co. purchased the property, which is located on a 4.7-acre site at 1200 N. Lombard Road. Mike Anotnelli of Brown represented the buyer, a residential and commercial tree and...

Chicago’s industrial landscape: A look back and ahead at year’s end

Vacancy continues to fall. Build-to-suit development is reaching record highs. A variety of user types are keeping infill areas active. It’s been nothing but good news for the Chicago industrial sector this year. Can the good times last? (In)fill ‘er up! Because industrial users have been attracted to O’Hare and other infill areas for decades, they...