McShane Development Company and MetLife Real Estate Investments awarded the exclusive leasing and sales of Huntington Woods Corporate Center in Hoffman Estates to NAI Hiffman, in partnership with WHITE CUBE Commercial Real Estate Solution Services. The McShane/MetLife development alliance purchased the business park in June 2008. The 70-acre campus is located directly in front of the AT&T corporate headquarters east of the Barrington Road interchange on I-90, between Huntington Boulevard and Eagle Way Drive. McShane/MetLife is actively seeking build-to-suit commercial facilities within the park.
Jeffrey Fischer and Adam Marshall with NAI Hiffman’s Industrial Services Group will serve as the lead agents for the leasing assignment. Additionally, Tak O’Haru of WHITE CUBE, Michael Flynn SIOR and James Adler with NAI Hiffman’s Office Services Group, and Jim Tsevis with NAI Hiffman’s Retail Services Group will round out the full Huntington Woods team representing the McShane / MetLife development alliance.
"This is a truly exceptional property and we believe the team of NAI Hiffman and WHITE CUBE will best assist us in elevating the level of awareness of the park on both a national and international scale," said Dan Fogarty, Vice President of McShane Development Company.
Two Japan-based precision toolmakers recently chose Huntington Woods Corporate Center as their new U.S. location. Mori Seiki recently moved into its new North, South and Central Americas headquarters facility located at the southeast corner of the park. This 104,000-square-foot facility features Mori Seiki University (for the training of clients and employees on new machines) as well as a 20,000-square-foot showroom featuring a 40’ high curtain-wall that runs the entire length of the showroom.
Big Kaiser, another Japanese precision tooling company, will soon take possession of its new 33,000-square-foot manufacturing and showroom facility. Both of these high tech corporate headquarters facilities are located on the east side of the campus.
Source: Costar Research