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January 2017

Clinton Commerce Center Phase II Underway

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Tuesday January 3, 2017

Clinton Commerce Center Phase II Underway

Crews are working through winter to complete the second phase of the Clinton Commerce Center in Greater Pittsburgh. Al. Neyer’s 1.4 million SF modern industrial distribution center is well on its way with tilt-up walls and roofing in place, and the second phase is on track to be finished in the first quarter of this year.

The entire Clinton Commerce Center involves six phases, the first of which was finished last fall and included 300,000 SF leased to Berlin Packaging, a distributor of plastic, glass, and metal containers and closures and dispensing systems.

“The opening of this new Pittsburgh facility not only increases capacity, but it also generates even greater efficiencies in our operations,” says Larry Rydzewski, chief operating officer of Berlin Packaging. “This modern warehousing and logistics center will help us better serve our customers and give us the room we need to expand in the future.”

Phases III through VI of the Clinton Commerce Center include three buildings totaling 850,000 SF. Groundbreakings are expected in fall 2017 for these phases with plans to finish construction in spring 2018.

This is the largest industrial park project Al. Neyer has undertaken and we are excited for the impact it can have in the surrounding community. In close proximity to Pittsburgh International Airport and Interstate I-376, Clinton Commerce Center’s location guarantees easy access and distribution of goods to the Midwest, Northeast and Beyond.


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