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Missner Group and First Industrial Realty Trust break ground on Aurora industrial property

Missner Group and First Industrial Realty Trust break ground on Aurora prop,ph01
The groundbreaking at 1998 Melissa Drive in Aurora, Illinois included Mayor Richard Irvin, Alderman Carl Franco, Herman Beneke, Dan Feltman, Mary Garza, Ed Sieben, Souts Thavong and Tracey Vacek with the City of Aurora, as well as Adam Moore of First Industrial, Maureen Prochenski of First American Bank, Jonathan Achs with Cornerstone Architects and Brian Kling and Reed Adler with Colliers International. Barry Missner, Glen Missner, Bob Nomellini, Kent Nepras, Steve Bulger and Allison Heraty represented The Missner Group.

Joint-development partners The Missner Group and First Industrial Realty Trust broke ground on a 173,000 square foot industrial development at 1998 Melissa Lane in Aurora, Illinois.

The development, located on a 9.7-acre site on the far West Side of the Orchard Road Corridor, will be designed to accommodate up to three tenants. The building will feature office to-suit, 32-foot clear heights, 22 loading docks, drive-in doors and an ESFR fire safety system. Additionally, the property will offer 174 parking spaces, a 12-trailer parking lot and all new landscaping throughout the building’s exterior.

The Missner Group’s project manager, Kent Nepras, and senior project superintendent, Steve Bulger, will lead construction on behalf of the firm. Brian Kling and Reed Adler of Colliers International are the property’s brokers. Cornerstone Architects provided the architectural services.