Project Profile | Liberty Property Trust developing speculative building in Rogers
Liberty Property Trust recently broke ground on a 227,000 sq. ft., multi-tenant industrial building at Liberty Industrial Park at Diamond Lake in Rogers, Minn. The speculative building will be located on 13 acres on a section of a 55-acre parcel the company bought in 2011.
Liberty plans to have the project completed by Dec. 1, 2012. The building, designed to meet LEED certification, represents an investment by Liberty of approximately $14 million.
The building will have four distinct entrances, 32′ clear height, 54′ x 40′ column spacing and 60′ deep column-free speed bays. The warehouse will have 27 dock doors, two drive-in doors and clearstory windows to allow natural light into the space.
The architect for the project is Edward Farr Architects, Inc., and the general contractor is Anderson K.M Builders.
Liberty designed the master-planned industrial park to hold three industrial buildings. Liberty sold 21 acres to Medline for the development of its warehouse building. The building that just broke ground is building two and the first of two buildings to be constructed on the remaining land.
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