Toshiba Machine expands in Elk Grove Village

  • Toshiba Machine Co., America's new location will house research and development and distribution operations for its plastic-injection and machine-tools machinery division.

    Toshiba Machine Co., America's new location will house research and development and distribution operations for its plastic-injection and machine-tools machinery division.

 
Daily Herald Report
Updated 5/10/2018 8:53 AM

Toshiba Machine Co. America is expanding its operations in Elk Grove Village.

Avison Young said it negotiated a 58,760-square-foot industrial lease in Chicago's O'Hare submarket on behalf of Toshiba.

 

Avison Young Principal Chris Lydon, based in the company's Rosemont office, represented the tenant.

"Exceptional access to shipping and transportation, coupled with a strong labor pool and robust fundamentals, makes the O'Hare submarket one of the premier industrial markets in the country," Lydon said. "This location allowed Toshiba to meet its requirement for a high-image, functional facility in proximity to the company's existing facility located in the same submarket."

The building, at 695 Touhy Ave., will be used as a supplemental facility, complementing Toshiba's existing U.S. headquarters facility located at 755 Greenleaf Ave., also in Elk Grove Village. The new location will house research and development and distribution operations for Toshiba's plastic-injection and machine-tools machinery division.

Lydon joined Avison Young, headquartered in Toronto, Canada, earlier in 2018, bringing more than 25 years of industry experience to the firm's industrial practice group in Chicago. During his career, he has represented industrial clients operating on local and national platforms working on behalf of property owners with leasing and property disposition requirements. Lydon is a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors and the Chicago chapter of the Association of Industrial Real Estate Brokers.

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