RMC Holdings Hampshire Closes Sales of 31 Acres at Metrix Industrial Park

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RMC Holdings Hampshire Closes Sales of 31 Acres at Metrix Industrial Park

ALGONQUIN, IL (February 13, 2019) – With representation from Dave Schmidt and Linda Kost of Realty Metrix Commercial, RMC Holdings Hampshire has announced the closing of two sale transactions at the new Metrix Industrial Park located at the northwest corner of Interstate 90 and State Route 20 in Hampshire, IL.

The McCoy Group purchased 13 acres from RMC Holdings Hampshire for the development and construction of a Truck Country facility. Construction of a 40,000 SF facility is planned to begin this spring. The McCoy Group was founded in 1958 in Shullsburg, Wisconsin. Today the company is still family owned and is operated under the leadership of the McCoy family. Corporate offices are located in Dubuque, Iowa.

Truck Country is the largest Freightliner dealer group in the U.S. today, serving customers at 24 locations in Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Truck Country offers new and used medium and heavy-duty trucks, expert service, an extensive parts inventory and convenient financing options.

Stream’s Edge Properties, LLC purchased 18 acres from RMC Holdings Hampshire. Their site work was completed in advance of their closing.

Dave Schmidt and Linda Kost of Realty Metrix Commercial assisted Stream’s Edge with their acquisition, the re-zoning of their parcel and coordinated site work to help expedite their construction schedule, which will begin this spring.

Metrix Industrial Park is a 45 acre project focused on collaborative users in trucking and cartage. It is adjacent to the new 33-acre Love’s Truck and Travel Stop, which is currently under construction with a planned opening of April 2019.

Hampshire Village President Jeff Magnussen said, “It’s wonderful to see Metrix Industrial Park come to fruition. It has been a great team effort between the Village, Love’s and RMC Holdings Hampshire. We are very excited to welcome Truck Country/Stoops and Stream’s Edge to our community.”