Ground Broken in Hazelwood For Aviator Business Park

City of Hazelwood officials joined Panattoni Development Company and International Food Products Corporation for a ground-breaking ceremony to launch the development of a $20 million, 227,500-square-foot build-to-suit industrial facility at Aviator Business Park.

The event was held on March 28. just off the stoplight intersection of North Lindbergh Blvd. and Fee Fee Hills Drive and past Hazelwood’s Fire Station #1.

This will make International Food Products the first corporate tenant at Aviator Business Park, a 160-acre mixed-use industrial business park being developed on the former Ford site between I-70 and I-270, near the airport.  The estimated completion date is December 2013.

International Food Products Corp., a St. Louis-based food ingredient distributor and manufacturer, will be consolidating its distribution center with its production and R&D operations at this site.  The building will clear 32’ in height and be a cross-docked facility with rail service provided by Norfolk Southern.

The company is a division of International Cos., with a workforce of about 150 local employees and 2012 revenue of $351 million.

This project, known as Aviator 4, is a joint venture between Prudential and Panattoni.  J.P. Morgan is providing the debt.  The architect is Gray Design Group.  Civil Engineer is Clayton Engineering. General contractor is Kadean Construction Company.

 



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