Duke Realty starts new ware­house in Bal­ti­more

Baltimore Sun - - DEADLY BUS CRASH - — Natalie Sher­man

Duke Realty said Tues­day it is building a sixth ware­house in Ch­e­sa­peake Com­merce Cen­ter, af­ter fully leas­ing other build­ings in its South­east Bal­ti­more in­dus­trial park to tenants that in­clude Ama­zon and Berry Plas­tics. The new 169,000-square-foot ware­house, Ch­e­sa­peake Com­merce 5900, is ex­pected to be com­plete in June. The firm does not have a ten­ant in place but is con­fi­dent that it will find a busi­ness to rent the new Ho­labird Av­enue fa­cil­ity, which will have 17 dock doors, 31 trailer stag­ing spa­ces and park­ing for 55 cars, said Bat­tista Or­cino, the firm’s vice pres­i­dent of leas­ing and de­vel­op­ment in Bal­ti­more. In­di­an­abased Duke Realty pur­chased the for­mer Gen­eral Mo­tors site in 2006, with plans to re­de­velop it as a 2.8 mil­lion-square-foot in­dus­trial cam­pus. One site with room for a 182,000-square-foot fa­cil­ity will re­main af­ter the new­est building is com­plete, the firm said.

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