NAI Hiffman Mediates Office Sale in Illinois
The former head office of Pioneer Center for Human Services, a 39,267-square-foot building in McHenry, Ill., has a new ownership after being bought by Alexander Leigh Center for Autism.
By Roxana Baiceanu
NAI Hiffman facilitated the sale of a 39,267-square-foot office building in McHenry, Ill. to the Alexander Center for Autism (ALCA). Senior Vice President of Office Services Jason Wurtz and Vice President of Office Services Aubrey Reken led the team of brokers on behalf of the seller, Pioneer Center for Human Services, a non-profit organization which moved to 4031 Dayton St. in McHenry.
ALCA is relocating from Crystal Lake, Ill. to the newly acquired property situated at 4100 Veterans Parkway, on a 10-acre lot, close to Centegra Hospital. The new owner plans to use the building in order to expand its Therapeutic Day School services for people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, multiple disabilities, developmental delay and/or intellectual disabilities.
The organization was represented by Bill Lussow, principal with Bespoke Commercial Real Estate, and Victor Sanmiguel, the managing principal and co-founder of the company. Public records available on PropertyShark show that Pioneer Center for Human Services bought the property in 2013 for $2.25 million.
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