Condyne Capital Partners announced that Phase II permitting for Bluestar Business Park in Norton, Mass., is well underway. The 815,000 SF industrial park, spans across 190 acres and will be comprised of three new high-bay warehouse, fulfillment, flex industrial and manufacturing buildings, along with business services space.
Bluestar will continue to provide financial growth for the town of Norton through real estate taxes, excise taxes, permit and connection fees for the town. New permanent and construction job growth will also result from the development.
The first phase of Bluestar Business Park included three high bay warehouse fulfillment buildings totaling 445,000 SF and is scheduled to finish in late 2021. The second phase includes three high-bay warehouse buildings totaling 340,000 SF and a 30,000 SF flex building anticipated to commence in late 2021.Condyne Capital Partners and Polar Design Build teamed up with Maugel Architects for the building designs. Maugel Principal and industrial lead Mike Kunz led design team efforts for the project.
Amenities will include walking trails, mailing drop boxes, electric car charging stations, picnic tables, ample parking, and outdoor storage. Bluestar Business Park puts a priority on mitigating high-tech energy consumption. Efficient buildings reduce greenhouse gases and accommodate charging stations for electric cars, which make up an increasing percentage of vehicles on the road. Accessible solar power keeps natural gas and electric consumption low, despite the power needs of the Park’s innovative residents.Bluestar Business Park is conveniently located in the Southeastern submarket of Boston off Route 495. Phase II of Bluestar Business Park is Condyne’s newest development comprised of 340,000 SF of modern high bay fulfillment centers serving today's ecommerce market.
Condyne Capital Partners, LLC is a vertically integrated development firm providing design, construction, asset management, and property management services throughout the Northeast. The firm has developed in excess of 20M square feet of primarily industrial properties since its inception with a concentration in high-bay fulfillment, multi-temperature cold storage, food production, and manufacturing space.