$40 million building permit marks transformation of former Crawford Generating Station to e-commerce, logistics warehouse

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Rendering of the 1 million sq. ft. distribution center

Chicago has issued a $40 million building permit for what will become a million sq. ft. warehouse and distribution center at the former Crawford Generating Station site.

Morgan/Harbour Construction Ltd. is the general contractor building the structure at 3501 St. Pulaski Rd. for Northbrook-based developer Hilco.

The permit says the work is for “shell and core base building MEP for proposed one-story, high bay pre-cast warehouse.”

The overall project value is estimated at $100 million. Hilco CEO Roberto Perez told community meetings that the warehouse, called Crawford Station, is expected to be used as a distribution site for e-commerce and logistics companies, Block Club Chicago reported earlier.

MVP Plumbing Corp. and Connelly Electric Co., are the plumbing and electrical sub-contractors.

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