Not only did the company pay less than $35 per sf, ChemPlategets 3.5 acres with the deal, making the location especiallyattractive. The Salvation Army plans to use its building as adisaster recovery center.

Although a purchase price was not available, the Cook CountyAssessor's office places a market value of $2 million on theproperty.

The firm of Colliers Bennett & Kahnweiler Inc. was involvedin both deals. Principal David A. Bercu and Ronald J. Behmrepresented ChemPlate, while VP Matthew J. Stauber representedTuthill Corp., which acquired the property in 1997 for $2.1million.

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