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Opus breaks ground on two-building industrial development in Michigan
The Opus Group has broken ground on a two-building speculative industrial development in Romulus, Mich. The two buildings at Airport Corporate Center will span more than 270,000 square feet and are being marketed for warehouse and distribution tenants between 40,000 square feet and 270,000 square feet.
Opus said building A is 100,456 square feet with 32-foot clear height, 12 dock doors, 91 auto parking stalls and 13 trailer parking stalls. Building B is 170,088 square feet with 32-foot clear height, 22 dock doors, 115 auto parking stalls and 28 trailer parking stalls.
The 22.7-acre site is less than three miles north of the Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport and is near restaurants, hotels, gas stations and numerous corporate users.
“We are pleased to bring this modern industrial development to the city of Romulus,” said Mike Robinson, senior director of real estate development at Opus. “Airport Corporate Center will support economic vitality through emplo