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Seagate completes Rice Insulation & Glass’ Design-Build Facility

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FORT MYERS, Fla. — Seagate Development Group has completed a design-build facility for the first tenant in the 40-acre, Seagate-owned, Class-A business park at Alico Trade Center – located between Three Oaks Parkway and Oriole Road, just north of Alico Road at I-75, in Fort Myers. Rice Insulation & Glass – a Lee-County-based building materials supplier – management and sales team members will move into the 35,000-square-foot warehouse and office space this month.

The 32,000-square-foot warehouse with four high-dock and four grade-level doors will store insulation, glass, shower door and shelving materials. Meanwhile, the 3,000-square-foot office space includes workstations, offices, as well as training and break rooms. The freestanding building also accommodates parking for up to 100 vehicles.

Prior to turnover to Rice Insulation & Glass, Seagate celebrated the completion of the facility over lunch and a tour of the facility with their extended teams.

“There will be many single-tenant office, flex and industrial buildings in Alico Trade Center over the next few years, but Rice Insulation & Glass will always be the cornerstone of the business park. Their team saw the potential right away, and we couldn’t be more pleased to deliver,” said Matt Price, CEO & Partner of Seagate Development Group. “With this site, we are improving efficiencies without the typical barriers created in a multi-tenant environment – something that business owners so desperately need in today’s economic climate and something that we can provide as a developer and design-builder with a history of positive relationships.”

For leasing and purchasing opportunities at Alico Trade Center, call Derek Bornhorst at Lee & Associates – (239) 210-7607.

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