It’s always exciting to watch as something like this takes off. The first step to revitalizing the park was the introduction of a new speculative tilt-up warehouse. The initial development of this building was very important and we spent time with the developer to design a building that set a precedent for the high standards of the park.
Once that building went up, interest in the park was ignited, creating a never-ending peak of interested tenants. Building I has since been completed, with Alkem Industries taking a portion of the building to expand their current footprint in the St. Louis area.
Buildings II & III started as spec buildings and now are filling up with tenants. Beckwood Press and Corelink Surgical are two manufacturing companies that moved to both expand their companies and give their employees a new office and production area.
Building IV is a build-to-suit project for Hubbell Electric, where they will take the entire building for their office, factory, and warehouse needs. The new facility allowed them to consolidate the different sectors and maximize efficiency. These buildings and the companies using them are demonstrating that the community is ready for change and the of bringing new life and growth.
Bldg. I Shell 158,600 SF 2017 Alkem & Skin Specialty Solutions
Bldg. 2 Shell 158,400 SF 2018 Beckwood Press & Corelink Surgical
Bldg. 3 Shell 168,000 SF 2018 BASF & Nexius
Bldg. 4 Shell 157,500 SF 2018 Hubbell/Killark
Bldg. 5 Shell 250,000 SF 2018 1st Phorm
Bldg. 7 Shell 192,000 SF In Design