475 Old Highway 8 NW | New Brighton
LIGHT-INDUSTRIAL & OFFICE
Three building campus, single or multi-tenant
Available space: Up to 6,000 SF
Over ONE (1) acre of outdoor storage available
On-building & monument signage options
Four (4) existing loading docks, two (2) drive-in doors (with ability to add more)
Heavy power available
Free on-site parking
WELCOME: OUR NEWEST TENANTS!
VANILLA SHELL SPACES
Suites from 1,000 - 7,000 square feet (divisible)
Interior infrastructure improvements
New/upgraded HVAC, electrical & fire protection
Vanilla-shell interior spaces finished to suit
Less than a mile from intersection of 35W and I-694
Minutes drive from Downtown Minneapolis & St. Paul
Near the heart of the North East MedTech corridor
Great access to the skilled labor and employment base of the Northern suburbs
Short walk or drive to downtown New Brighton, which boasts restaurant and grab-and-go dining, medical services, postal and salon services
We are proud to have passed yet another renovation and environmental milestone at Highway 8 Business Center! Thanks to our strategic partners at The City of New Brighton, Ramsey County, DEED, and The Metropolitan Council and a big thanks to our trusted vendors and consultants including TANEK Architects, Terracon, VAA, Rehder & Associates, FTK Construction, Doran Special Projects, Dennis Environmental and J & J Contracting for helping to make this project a reality as well as bringing back jobs to the area.
THANKS TO OUR STRATEGIC PARTNERS
We had a great project unveiling event at Highway 8 Business Center on June 24th, 2021 and we were honored have representatives from the City of New Brighton, The Metropolitan Council, Ramsey County and MN DEED in attendance to celebrate another successful renovation and adaptive reuse project!
See some great shots from the event below
SIMILAR PROJECTS | SUCCESS STORIES
Similar to Highway 8 Business Center, upon purchase by Hillcrest Development this property was experiencing significant lead contamination, insufficient maintenance and poor layouts, which created unattractive and dysfunctional spaces. As specialists in contaminated site redevelopment, Hillcrest knew the building could be a success, while revitalizing the neighborhood.
Similar to the renovation plan for Highway 8 Business Center, upon purchase by Hillcrest Development, this property underwent substantial interior demolition and electrical/HVAC upgrades as well as environmental remediation including asbestos- lead-based paint, diesel range organics and gasoline range organics abatement.