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Site once eyed for big Country Club Hills mall sprouts warehouses

Near a highway interchange in Country Club Hills where a large outlet mall had once been proposed, an example of the possible economic future of the south suburbs is being built.

More than 1 million square feet of warehouse and distribution space is expected to be ready for occupants by year’s end at LogiPark 57-80, being built on more than 100 acres a stone’s throw from where Interstates 57 and 80 meet.

The development is among millions of square feet of similar logistics space, much of it designed to accommodate the needs of e-commerce retail, sprouting in the Southland and tapping into the region’s proximity to major interstates.

“This is an incredible investment in the Chicago Southland,” said Reggie Greenwood, executive director of the Chicago Southland Economic Development Corp. “This new investment is massive…” Please click here to read Mike Nolan’s story in the Tribune/Daily Southtown.

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