CenterPoint in Chicago

Over the past three decades, CenterPoint has been a committed investor, developer and manager of industrial real estate in Chicago. CenterPoint has partnered closely with Chicago government authorities and private sector organizations on projects that promote economic growth and improve the region’s infrastructure.

With 12 branded regional business parks and the nation’s largest planned inland port, CenterPoint continues to capitalize on opportunities that meet the market’s high demand for intermodal-adjacent, logistically advantaged facilities.

DuPage Business Center

500-acre master planned campus with the communications infrastructure and power to fulfill modern bandwidth constraints and information security challenges.

McCook Business Center

Formerly a Reynolds Aluminum plant, this 242-acre complex offers 3 Million SF of manufacturing, distribution and retail space. Tenants including Koch Foods and Walmart take advantage of the property’s immediate access to truck, rail and public transportation, as well as its close proximity to Chicago customers.


Browse Chicago-Area Industrial Properties

CenterPoint is a leader in transportation-advantaged real estate solutions in the Chicago area. We encourage you to browse our Chicago-area industrial properties to learn more about how CenterPoint can help your organization tap into the region’s superior logistics resources.


Chicago Industrial Real Estate Market Overview

Due to its central location and developed infrastructure networks, Chicago is an established hub for manufacturers and distributors seeking to reach Midwestern and coastal markets. The region’s intermodal capabilities continue to be vital resources for domestic and international shippers alike.

With increasingly competitive transportation costs, an uptick in local manufacturing innovation, and exponential growth in agricultural exports to the West Coast and international markets, Chicago is undergoing a boom in industrial real estate demand. Third-party logistics providers, data center operators and e-commerce retailers in need of agile, strategically positioned fulfillment centers are likely to guide future development in the Chicago area.

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