HSA Commercial begins construction of four spec warehouses totaling 1.9 MSF in Illinois, Wisconsin


This rendering shows plans for the Delany Commerce Center II, a 218,500 square foot warehouse in Waukegan, Illinois.

WAUKEGAN, MT. PLEASANT AND KENOSHA, WIS. – HSA Commercial has begun construction of four speculative warehouses totaling 1.9 million square feet along the I-94 corridor between Metro Chicago and Milwaukee.

The Delany Commerce Center II in Waukegan, Illinois will span 218,500 square feet. Completion is scheduled for July 2023. The building is adjacent to a facility developed by HSA in 2014 and will feature 36 feet of headroom, 28 truck docks, four entrance gates and parking for 300 cars. Harris Architects is the project architect, PREMIER Design + Build Group is the general contractor and Manhard Consulting is the civil engineer. Colliers is marketing the property for rent.

Building IV at Park 94 will be 226,148 square feet in Mt Pleasant, Wisconsin HSA completed its first phase of the industrial park in 2009 Docks, two entrance gates and parking for 37 trailers and 286 cars. CBRE markets the building for lease.

HSA also broke ground on the first of three planned buildings at the Bristol Highlands Commerce Center West in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The developer is scheduled to deliver the 550,647 square foot warehouse in Q3 2023. It will have 40 feet, 79 truck docks, four drive-in doors and parking for 106 trailers and 256 cars. CBRE markets the project for lease.

Also in Kenosha, HSA broke ground on the Highland Commerce Center of Somers, a 918,844 square foot distribution center. Planned is a headroom of 40 feet, 109 dock doors, 165 truck trailer parking spaces and 511 employee parking spaces. Completion is scheduled for the third quarter of 2023. Cushman & Wakefield is marketing the building for lease.

For the three Wisconsin projects, Partners in Design is the project architect, PREMIER Design + Build Group is the general contractor, and Pinnacle Engineering is the civil engineer.


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