New & Noteworthy

Spring 2022 Issue
By: Trey Barrineau

626,348 sq. ft.
Alere Property Group is developing two industrial warehouse complexes at two separate locations in Chino, California. The speculative ground-up development projects will add approximately 626,000 square feet of industrial space to the Inland Empire West submarket. Euclid Industrial Park is a 360,000-square-foot development consisting of eight warehouse buildings. Chino Commerce Park will consist of four buildings totaling approximately 266,348 square feet.


370,973 sq. ft.
Duke Realty is building a 370,973-square-foot speculative industrial building in Woodridge, Illinois. The facility is located within minutes of Chicago’s airports, close to major thoroughfares and rail lines. The building, which is located on 21 acres, will have 36-foot clear heights, 37 dock doors, four drive-in doors, 44 trailer spaces and 343 parking spaces. These facilities will be built to LEED certification standards.

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286,476 sq. ft.
Park Kennedy, designed by GTM Architects, is a multifamily mixed-use project in Washington, D.C. It consists of 262 apartments along with below-grade parking and more than 16,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. This newly constructed building is a wood-over-concrete podium structure ranging from four to seven stories. The façade was designed to complement the established neighborhood’s traditional school buildings from the 1900s. 


279,872 sq. ft.
The Opus Group is developing a 279,872-square-foot speculative industrial building in the Midwest Transportation Center in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The building features 28 rear-load dock doors expandable to 44, two drive-in doors, 60 dedicated trailer parking stalls, 199 vehicle parking stalls, 32-foot clear height and LED lighting throughout. Capable of accommodating one or multiple tenants, it will be suitable for warehouse distribution operations or light manufacturing. 


234,478 sq. ft.
Creation, an alternative investment and real estate development firm, is building the Northmark Commerce Center in North Fort Worth, Texas. The 234,478-square-foot, Class A industrial space will feature a 104-trailer stall drop lot, 19 trailer stalls, 32-foot clear heights and more. It will offer convenient accessibility to major travel hubs including Meacham International Airport, Fort Worth Alliance Airport, and highways including Loop 820, Interstate 35W, TX-121 and Interstate 30. 


200,000 sq. ft.
Guitar manufacturer C.F. Martin & Co. recently moved into a new warehouse in Tatamy, Pennsylvania, that was built by Quandel Construction Group, Inc. The warehouse includes an HVAC system that maintains a constant temperature of 68-75 degrees and a relative humidity of 40%-46%. This is crucial for proper storage of guitars, even for short periods of time. Additionally, the entire space is protected by 13.5 inches of multi-layered insulation to maintain the proper environmental atmosphere.


180,000 sq. ft. 
Vari, a Texas-based workspace innovation company, and Adolfson & Peterson Construction, are partnering on VariSpace Coppell in Coppell, Texas. The 180,000-square-foot office building will serve as Vari’s new global headquarters as well as a multitenant campus. The tilt-wall building will sit on a 10-acre site with surface parking and feature 120,000 rentable square feet of flexible office space with large exterior balconies that will allow companies and 
tenants to tailor areas to meet their specific needs. 


125,000 sq. ft.
White Point is developing Horseshoe at Hub RTP, a 125,000-square-foot mixed-use project in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park (RTP). Horseshoe is part of Hub RTP, a 100-acre mixed-use development being master-developed by the Research Triangle Foundation (RTF). Horseshoe will feature approximately 25,000 square feet of retail space surrounding a large outdoor plaza, along with 100,000 square feet of creative office space offering terraces and views of the plaza and greenspace. 


35,000 sq. ft.
H. Hendy Associates, an interior architecture firm, has completed JLL’s new 35,000-square-foot office at Intersect in Irvine, California. The interior architecture aims to reflect an industrial California coastal look and feel. A large boardroom includes operable glass walls that open into the reception area, and the nearby breakout and media room features a newly installed 15-foot-by-45-foot double-pitch skylight. 


16,147 sq. ft.
Minneapolis-based Davis has begun construction of a 16,147-square-foot Class A medical office building in Wayzata, Minnesota. The two-story building was designed by Synergy Architecture Studio of Minneapolis, and the general contractor is Timco Construction of Plymouth, Minnesota. It offers ample parking, signage opportunities and is adjacent to a newly built Walgreens, along with other retail offerings.


10,000 sq. ft.
Ware Malcomb recently completed construction on Princeton Longevity Center, a preventive medicine facility located on the 71st floor of 1 World Trade Center in New York. The 10,000-square-foot facility is a new build-out that includes a 2,000-square-foot imaging-diagnostic licensing suite, including advanced technology imaging rooms and a CT scan room. The space also includes a reception area, a lounge, individual patient rooms, exam rooms, offices and a fitness room. 


8,535 sq. ft.
Commercial construction firm Swinerton recently moved its regional headquarters into a new office in Station West, an adaptive reuse development in Charlotte, North Carolina. The 8,535-square-foot office features a mass timber mezzanine, skylights, an architectural feature wall and demountable partitions. Roll-up patio doors provide flexible workplaces away from desks.  

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