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90,000-sf industrial facility will add needed manufacturing space in West Michigan

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90,000-sf industrial facility will add needed manufacturing space in West Michigan

Vision Real Estate Investment recently broke ground on the building.


By David Malone, Associate Editor | April 2, 2018

Courtesy Vision Real Estate Investment

West Michigan will soon have an extra 90,020 sf of industrial and manufacturing space when Crossroads Business Center is completed in October 2018. Located at 103 76th Street just east of US-131 on 76th Street, the new facility will add needed space and spark economic growth in the area.

The multi-tenant industrial building includes office space, separated office and truck parking areas, an ESFR fire suppression system, 24-foot clear ceiling height, natural daylight in warehouse areas, and a minimum of one overhead door and one dock in each space. Lease space between 10,000 and 50,000 sf is available.

“The property’s proximity to major highways and its state-of-the-art infrastructure makes this building an ideal location for modern manufacturers as well as any transportation intensive service company that values efficient logistics,” says Curt Mulder, Co-President of Wolverine Building Group, the project’s General Contractor.

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