Industrial

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CASE STUDY

Gateway

Commerce Center

A 2,300 acre master planned business and industrial park located in Edwardsville, IL

 

Gateway Commerce Center is a 2,300-acre master planned business and industrial park, conceived by TriStar in 1996. To date, over 16 million square feet of modern distribution buildings have been constructed in the park. Gateway is home to DCs for blue chip companies such as P&G, Unilever, Amazon, Dial, and Hershey Foods. TriStar has developed 11 buildings in the park, totaling approximately 7 million square feet.

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CASE STUDY

Amazon

A 717,250 SF class A industrial building leased to Amazon

 

TriStar developed this 717,250 SF Class A distribution center located in Gateway Commerce Center, Edwardsville, IL. The building is 100% leased to Amazon and includes 32,000 sf office build-out, full climate-controlled warehouse with energy management system, LED high bay motion-controlled fixtures throughout, 36’ clear height, and 1,084 car parking locations.

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World wide Technology Campus

 A 2,026,326 SF campus built for World Wide Technology

  

TriStar developed this 2,026,326 SF campus for World Wide Technology. The project includes a 1,013,172 square foot global technology center and a companion 1,013,154 square foot logistics center. Besides serving as owner and developer of the project, TriStar acted as the construction manager for interior buildout that included a data center, lab, extensive high-tech office areas, and warehouse space for inbound components and outbound finished product.

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Park 370

A 420 acre master planned business park located in Hazelwood, MO

 

Park 370 is a 420-acre master planned business park located in Hazelwood, MO. The project includes over 1,655,000 square feet of industrial/distribution space and a 1.2 million square foot regional mall that was developed by the Mills Company on a 175-acre parcel. TriStar designed and added a highway interchange to enhance access to the site. The project was developed using tax increment financing from the local municipality.