Republic Services looks to sell former waste transfer site in Fulton Market

The 4 parcels total the largest development land to go on the market there this year

TRD CHICAGO /
Apr.April 18, 2018 06:00 PM

Fulton Market (Credit: West Central Association)

Republic Services is looking to sell property that includes a former waste transfer station in the Fulton Market district. 

The four parcels total 2.5 acres and could net the Phoenix-based waste hauler tens of millions of dollars, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Located on Racine Avenue at the intersections of Carroll Avenue and Kinzie Street, it is the largest piece of Fulton Market development land to go on the market so far in 2018, according to Chicago-based JLL.

JLL brokers Tom Kirschbraun and Dan Reynolds are representing Republic Services, which has been receiving unsolicited offers for the property. There is no asking price for the parcels.

The land is close to Google’s Midwest headquarters and the site where McDonald’s will move its headquarters to this spring from suburban Oak Brook, in the rapidly redeveloping former meatpacking district. [Chicago Tribune]  — John O’Brien


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