Hunt Midwest completes 126-acre business park expansion in Kansas City

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Photo courtesy of Creative Commons

Fueled by growing demand in the automotive supply, e-commerce and data center markets, Hunt Midwest Enterprises has completed a 126-acre surface business park expansion.

The Hunt Midwest Business Center now can accommodate as much as 2 million square feet of new Class A warehouse and distribution space in a location just south of the Ford Claycomo plant, the firm said in a release.

The site also is adjacent to the Norfolk Southern intermodal facility and Kansas City’s FedEx ground hub and has direct access to Interstate 435, making it “an ideal location for e-commerce fulfillment centers, automotive suppliers and upfitters,” said Hunt Midwest president and CEO Ora Reynolds.

Buildings designed for single-tenant and multitenant users, ranging in size from 200,000 to 875,000 square feet, are expected to be built on the site.


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