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‘HIGH-QUALITY PROSPECTS’ INTERESTED IN SPACE IN FORMER WHIRLPOOL PLANT

As reported in talkbusiness.net written by Michael Tilley Part of the more than $3.65 million in ongoing work by Phoenix Investors to further renovate the former Whirlpool manufacturing plant in Fort Smith could make way for a warehouse/distribution operation for Mars Petcare. But Phoenix officials are mum about new tenants. Milwaukee, Wisc.-based Phoenix Investors recently received two building permits totaling $3.655 million for roof repairs and inside demolition and renovation work on the building. The building is 1.136 million square feet and rests on about 97 ... Read More

2020-05-05T22:59:35+00:00June 27th, 2018|Articles, David Marks, Frank P. Crivello|

PHOENIX INVESTORS ACQUIRES PA MIXED-USE ASSET

As reported in cpexecutive.com written by IvyLee Rosario An affiliate of Phoenix Investors has acquired a 402,000-square-foot industrial and office building in Athens, Pa. This purchase marks Phoenix’s second acquisition in the state of Pennsylvania within six months. Located at 101 N. Main St., the property is the former Ingersoll Rand manufacturing plant. The facility will undergo extensive renovations to become a Class A modernized property. The interior of the plant is divisible for multi-tenant occupancy. Ingersoll Rand completed a series of significant upgrades on the office area.  “We were greatly touched ... Read More

2019-12-24T05:14:14+00:00June 20th, 2018|Articles, David Marks|

INVESTORS PLAN TO RENOVATE MOUNT MORRIS PRINTING PLANT

As reported in saukvalley.com written by Vinde Wells MOUNT MORRIS – A long-shuttered printing plant has new owners, an investment firm that plans to renovate the site and lease it to new tenants. Phoenix Mt. Morris LLC, an affiliate of Milwaukee-based Phoenix Investors, bought the former Quad/Graphics printing plant May 4 for $200,000, according to Ogle County property transfer documents filed Monday. The 644,000-square-foot site at 404 S. Wesley Ave. was owned by Mt. Morris Business Park LLC (no connection to the village) of Downey, California, ... Read More

2019-12-24T05:14:18+00:00May 16th, 2018|Anthony Crivello, Articles, David Marks, Frank Crivello|
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