September 19, 2013

HSA Commercial Real Estate - Bob SmietanaEvent Information:
Thursday, October 17th, 2013 @ 8:30 AM
Riverway Auditorium
6133 N River Road, Rosemont, IL
Price: $45 for NAIOP members / $60 for non-members
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Bob Smietana, CEO and Vice Chairman at HSA Commercial, will be a featured panelist at a real estate event next month entitled, “Where is the Chicago Industrial Real Estate Market Headed?” hosted by the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP). Bob, a long-time member of NAIOP, will be joined by other senior leaders in industrial real estate including: James McShane of The McShane Companies; Mark Goode of Venture One Real Estate, LLC; and George Cibula of Darwin Realty and Development Corporation who will provide new insights, forecasts, and tips about the changing landscape of manufacturing and logistics.

Two projects likely to be discussed are HSA’s spec developments currently under construction: a 218,500-square-foot warehouse building at the Delany Commerce Center in Waukegan and a 180,480-square-foot industrial facility at Phase II of Park 355 in Woodridge.

At Park 355, HSA partnered with Industrial Income Trust (IIT) to launch the spec project that will feature 30-foot clear heights, frontage on Interstate 355, an ESFR sprinkler system, 49 exterior truck docks, 4 drive-in doors, and will be divisible to 17,580-square-foot suites to accommodate smaller industrial tenants seeking immediate leasing opportunities. Last month, HSA also teamed up with Great Point Investors LLC to break ground on the first building at Delany Commerce Center that will be divisible to 25,000-square-foot suites and will offer 30’ clear heights, 28 truck docks, 4 drive-in doors, 300 parking spaces and convenient access to both Highway 41 and Interstate 94.

For more information about the upcoming NAIOP event, please visit the event webpage.

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