Industrial v Wisconsin
Zilber wraps development of pair of industrial facilities near Milwaukee

Zilber wraps development of pair of industrial facilities near Milwaukee

Zilber Property Group compelted development of two speculative industrial facilities totaling more than 400,000 square feet in Germantown, Wisconsin, a northwest submarket of Milwaukee. The two facilities, each totaling about 200,000 square feet, will be constructed in the newly developed Germantown Gateway Corporate Park, which is anchored by a 706,000-square-foot distribution facility for Wauwatosa-based Briggs & Stratton Corporation.

Industrial P Kansas
First tenants move into Opus' spec industrial facility in Kansas

First tenants move into Opus' spec industrial facility in Kansas

The Opus Group recently announced that Gateway Classic Cars and Lanter Delivery Systems, Inc. as the first tenants in the recently completed speculative warehouse and distribution building at 56 Commerce Center. Located in Olathe, Kan., Gateway Classic Cars and Lanter moved into 56 Commerce Center earlier this year and now occupy more than 85,000 square feet in the 230,000-square-foot industrial building.

Industrial N Illinois
Technology supplier expands and relocates with long-term lease

Technology supplier expands and relocates with long-term lease

Entre Commercial Realty has completed a lease of 34,229 square feet at 220 Exchange Drive within the Crystal Lake Business Center in Crystal Lake, Illinois. MDG Computer Services Inc. (d/b/a 5GStore.com)—a supplier of Wi-Fi, networking and cellular technology solutions—entered into a long-term lease where it will nearly quadruple in size to accommodate its growing business.

Industrial N Illinois
Heartland Corporate Center in Shorewood, Illinois.

There’s no stopping the ever-growing warehouse

If Gulliver were to travel through modern America’s real estate landscape, he might note the Lilliputian market share of the retail sector—and the corresponding Brobdingnagian nature of warehouse and logistic facilities. And it’s not just market share as industrial buildings themselves grow in size every year.