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January 25, 2024 Deal Watch

$70M addition approved for Baker Hollow Logistics Center in Windsor

Contributed Two new buildings are planned for the Baker Hollow Logistics Center in Windsor.

A real estate development firm has won town approval to construct two industrial buildings totaling 420,000 square feet on Baker Hollow Road in Windsor.

The $70 million project by Massachusetts-based Condyne Capital Partners will include 300,000-square-foot and 120,000-square-foot industrial warehouses that will become 75-85 Baker Hollow Road.

The projects are additions to Condyne’s larger Baker Hollow Logistics Center, which features the existing 165,000-square-foot Safelite Auto Glass building at 105 Baker Hollow Road, and another 185,000-square-foot building under construction at 205 Baker Hollow Road off the Day Hill Road industrial corridor.

Condyne’s marketing manager Lindsay Hurley said the new projects are being built on spec, meaning there is no tenant lined up, but the company is working with JLL Hartford to bring in “high-quality tenants.”

Ideal uses for the properties include distribution, manufacturing, cold storage and more, and each building could have one or multiple tenants, Hurley said.
Hurley said Condyne started with the building that now houses Safelite, and the interest was significant, so they moved forward with the 205 Baker Hollow Road project.

“Industrial is still hot in Hartford, so we’re taking advantage of that,” Hurley added.

When completed, the four-building campus will have 159 loading docks, parking for more than 500 cars and 218 trailer parking spaces.

The logistics center is the first Connecticut project for Condyne, which has built other industrial properties in Massachusetts.

Polar Design Builders is the general contractor on the project, while Alford Associates is the civil engineer.

Company officials are now working on permitting and anticipate a groundbreaking this summer.

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