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12.25.16

Patrick Commercial’s Weinhold completes 4 deals in last quarter of 2016

NAPERVILLE, IL (December 26, 2016) – Patrick Commercial’s James Weinhold recently completed four leases negotiations in the last quarter of 2016.

Weinhold represented tenant PitStop Truck and Repair Services LLC in a lease of 9,472 sf of warehouse and office space located at an undisclosed location from an undisclosed landlord. Weinhold represented Green Lawn Care in the lease of 3,500 sf warehouse and office space located at 16440 Cherry Creek Court from an undisclosed landlord. Weinhold represented tenant AOSY, Inc. in a lease of 1,057 sf of office space located at 4300 Commerce Court in Lisle, Illinois from an undisclosed landlord. Lastly, Weinhold represented tenant Overnite Express, Inc. in a lease of 9,430 sf of warehouse space located in Plainfield, Illinois from an undisclosed landlord.

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Combining decades of experience with proven business principals, you can rely on the Patrick Difference to provide LOCAL EXPERTISE. Patrick Commercial has transacted hundreds of millions of dollars of commercial real estate right in your back yard. With the firm’s track record and community involvement we are able to add value to our clients with a level of local knowledge rarely found at larger regional or national firms. TRUSTED PARTNER. Our success as a firm comes not just from our closed transactions but from the level of trust our clients place in us. We act as a trusted partner to our clients and see ourselves as extensions of their organizations. We will always put the interests of our clients first. CONSULTATIVE APPROACH. We know that each client is dealing with a unique combination of factors that impact each and every decision. Our consultative method ensures that we address each client need with an individualized approach to achieve desired results. We do not use a “cookie-cutter” system. No two clients and no two properties are the same. Why should the approach be?

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