Plan Commission Approves New Warehouse at 328 W 40th Place in Fuller Park

328 W 40th Place328 W 40th Place via Google Maps

This past week, the Chicago Plan Commission gave the green light for a new 180,900-square-foot warehouse to be located at 328 W 40th Place in Fuller Park. The project is being led by The Missner Group, and will occupy a parcel within an existing industrial campus area.

328 W 40th Place and surrounding area

328 W 40th Place and surrounding area via Google Maps

Ware Malcomb’s design for the structure features a blue precast concrete patterning along with a metal and glass window wall system at the entrance corner. Inside, the warehouse’s industrial programming will be versatile, capable of accommodating light manufacturing, food packaging, or distribution operations.

On-site transportation infrastructure includes 35 loading docks and parking for 176 cars. The entrance’s position at the southeast corner of the property redirects the traffic so that noise for nearby residences is minimized.

There will be several transit options nearby for tenant employees. Route 43 bus service is available at the intersection of Root & Princeton, while Route 39 can be accessed at the intersection of Pershing & Princeton via a four-minute walk to the north. For rail service, the CTA Green Line’s Indiana station is a 20-minute walk to the east.

An air quality impact study has shown that the project meets the requirements set by the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). Now awaiting approval from the Committee on Zoning and the City Council before it can begin construction, the development has not yet established a groundbreaking or completion date.

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1 Comment on "Plan Commission Approves New Warehouse at 328 W 40th Place in Fuller Park"

  1. Will this be hooked up to the rail lines next to it?

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