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Liberty Property Trust celebrates ground-breaking of Minnesota distribution center

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Liberty Property Trust on Oct. 20 celebrated the ground-breaking of the Dayton Distribution Center I, a 247,004-square-foot distribution center in the city of Dayton, Minn.

Liberty Property Trust on Oct. 20 celebrated the ground-breaking of the Dayton Distribution Center I, a 247,004-square-foot distribution center in the city of Dayton, Minn.

The building is expected to be complete by the spring of 2015.

Dayton Distribution Center 1 will feature 32-foot clear heights, trailer storage and a deep truck court. Liberty is pursuing LEED for Building Design and Construction: Core & Shell Development at the Silver level.

Ed Farr Architects is the architect for the project. Anderson Engineering of MN, LLC is the civil engineer, and R.J. Ryan Construction is the general contractor.

Liberty has started plans for a second development in the complex, Dayton Distribution Center II, a 76,978-square-foot facility. The company estimates that construction on this project will start in the middle of 2015.