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Freeport West buys four new buildings geared toward smaller tenants

Freeport West, which develops, leases and manages industrial properties and warehouse distribution centers, has purchased two rail-served buildings in Centennial Park and two buildings at the Salt Lake Industrial Center, adding 660,960 square feet to its portfolio. NED Properties LLC, consisting of Kern Schumacher, Hollye Schumacher, Rhonda Nicoloff and Bill Nocoloff, purchased the property. Rad Dye and Tom Dischmann of CBRE were the brokers in the transactions. The new buildings will allow Freeport West to accommodate smaller tenants. Freeport West now controls 36 buildings and more than seven million square feet of industrial warehouse space throughout Utah. The Enterprise, July 27 to Aug. 2, 2009