Cawley Chicago is pleased to announce that the team of David Conroy, Joe Shapiro, and Tim Gallagher represented the buyer of a 129,800 SF industrial facility on ±8.05 acres located at 1005 Courtaulds Drive in Woodstock, IL. Kenneth Franzese and John Cassidy of Lee & Associates represented the seller.
Built in 1995, this high-image corporate identity property is a free-standing structure with rail access. Upon entering the building, visitors will notice the well-maintained facility is fully air-conditioned. Extensive production and manufacturing improvements have been made to ensure everything runs smoothly. The building also features two resin silos, making it an ideal property for those in the plastics fabrication industry.
Woodstock, situated in McHenry County, IL, is a city located 45 miles northwest of Chicago. The downtown historic district features the Woodstock Opera House and the Old McHenry County Courthouse, creating a turn-of-the-century town square. In recognition of its historical significance, Woodstock was named one of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations in 2007. Woodstock is a wonderful choice for families looking for a great community while offering a variety of economic opportunities for businesses and industries looking to thrive in a growing area.
The team stated:
“We were able to get this property in front of our client as soon as it hit the market. After underwriting, negotiating, and closing, we are proud to have assisted in this acquisition. Thank you to all parties involved. This property will now have 50k+ SF for lease. Feel free to reach out to email@example.com with any questions.”
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