A.C. Humko property goes up for auction

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A.C. Humko property goes up for auction

A former industrial complex in Jacksonville will be sold via online auction in October. Bids for the former A.C. Humko property, located at 1201 East Morton Ave., will be accepted beginning Oct. 3 and conclude on Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. CST.

The 290,000-square-foot industrial complex sits on 61 acres east of Jacksonville. Three buildings — measuring 150,000, 68,000 and 72,000 square feet, respectively – are situated on three separate tracts of land, which may be sold individually or collectively, according to Vance Luksetich, executive vice president of Tranzon Asset Advisors.

Formerly used as a food manufacturing, warehousing and cold storage facility, the complex is zoned M-2 heavy industrial district and boasts 30 foot ceiling heights, 22 foot high dock doors, ample parking for trucks, access to rail and $500,000 worth of rock recently added to create flat gravel for outside storage.

Luksetich, who is based in Breese, Illinois, will offer potential buyers a preview of the industrial complex on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 11 a.m.  A property information package and land survey can be downloaded, after completing a registration process, at www.tranzon.com/DG1140. Current photographs of the property, as well as terms and conditions of the auction can be found using the same link.

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