Black Horse Carriers, a privately held company providing dedicated fleet and private fleet replacement services for the food and grocery, retail, bakery, dairy, consumer product, industrial and automotive industries, has executed a full-building lease at Building 1 totaling 109,354 square feet.

At Building 3, Trane U.S. Inc. has leased 44,179 square feet at the 162,394-square-foot facility. Trane U.S. Inc. is leading air conditioning systems, services and solutions firm.

Fountain Square Commerce Center offers a Class A master-planned setting within the highly desirable I-55 transportation corridor. Located at Remington Boulevard and South Schmidt Road in Bolingbrook, Illinois, the multi-building development is conveniently situated near the full I-55 interchange at Route 53 and the I-355 interchange. This strategic location, coupled with the benefits of contemporary new construction and amenities, offers unmatched advantages for Black Horse Carriers and Trane U.S. Inc. and continues to generate high levels of interest and activity.

George Pappas of Hartford Associates represented Black Horse Carriers in the lease transaction while Jim Cummings and Brian Carroll of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, together with the park’s exclusive marketing agents Jim Estus and David Bercu of Colliers International, represented the ownership. Trane U.S. Inc. was represented by Mike Magliano of Cushman and Wakefield while David Bercu and Jim Estus represented Conor Commercial.

McShane Construction Company and Ware Malcomb, the original design/build team for the industrial business park, will complete the comprehensive interior build-outs on behalf of both tenants.

To learn about the speculative and build-to-suit opportunities available at Fountain Square Commerce Center, contact Estus (jim.estus@colliers.com or 847.698.8235) or Bercu (david.bercu@colliers.com or 847.698.8207) or visit the property’s website at www.fountainsquarecc.com.

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