Animal Supply Company to expand in Bartlett

  • Animal Supply Company is expanding to a location at 1323 Brewster Creek Blvd. in Bartlett.

    Animal Supply Company is expanding to a location at 1323 Brewster Creek Blvd. in Bartlett.

 
Daily Herald Report
Posted1/15/2018 5:00 AM

Newmark Knight Frank said it represented Animal Supply Company in a long-term, 220,000-square-foot lease at 1323 Brewster Creek Blvd. in Bartlett.

Animal Supply Company, a large distributor of wholesale pet products, signed the lease within Brewster Creek Business Park following NKF's strategic analysis of suitable, local options for the company's new location.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Relocating from 6450 Muirfield Drive in Hanover Park, Animal Supply Company selected NKF to assist in finding the firm a more efficient space. Senior Managing Director Adam Marshall, Executive Managing Director Brian Carroll and Director Mark Deady, provided site selection services for the firm, along with lease negotiations and financial analyses. Animal Supply Company secured 220,000 square feet within Brewster Creek Business Park based on its location.

"Animal Supply Company wanted to consolidate two facilities into one to gain efficiencies and create expansion for its growing business," Marshall said. "Brewster Creek Business Park was ultimately selected after a Chicago area search due to its ideal distribution location and its proximity to the firm's existing workforce."

Newly constructed in the summer of 2017, the property features 32-foot clear height, 48 dock doors, 40 trailer spaces, T-5 lighting and ESFR sprinklers. Jeffrey Janda and Steve Bass of Lee & Associates represented ownership in the lease negotiations.

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