Newmark is pleased to announce that the firm has 100 percent pre-leased Livonia Corporate Center (Phase II) on behalf of the developer, Ashley Capital. Located at 28101-28201 Schoolcraft Road in Livonia, Michigan, Livonia Corporate Center (Phase II) is a two-building, 915,000-square-foot, speculative industrial development. Newmark Executive Managing Director Dan Labes and Senior Managing Director Tom Oldham recently completed four leases at the two buildings, pre-leasing them to full occupancy.
Newmark’s Labes and Oldham completed a 590,000-square-foot lease to Penske Logistics, a 185,000-square-foot lease to Experi-Metal Inc., an 80,000-square-foot lease to Orora Fresh, and a 60,000-square-foot lease to Safelite Autoglass. The firms will begin to take occupancy of their new spaces at Livonia Corporate Center (Phase II) in April and May 2018.
“We are very pleased to have pre-leased Livonia Corporate Center (Phase II) to full occupancy,” said Labes. “There are minimal options right now for new, modern industrial facilities in Wayne County. Being the largest spec industrial project in Metro Detroit in over a decade, coupled with strong ownership and an excellent central location, we were able to secure four quality tenants ahead of completion for our client.”
Currently under construction and set for completion in April 2018, Livonia Corporate Center (Phase II) will comprise of a 173,000-square-foot building and a 742,000-square-foot building and will feature numerous truck dock doors, ample trailer staging spaces, ESFR sprinklers, ample car parking and office space to-suit. Livonia Corporate Center (Phase I) was completed in 2000 and consists of two warehouse/distribution buildings totaling approximately 1.1 million square feet that are occupied by tenants such as Ford Motor Company and Veritiv.
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