AIW - Alton, Inc

1475 Palisado Avenue Windsor, CT 06095

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Last Verified:
Feb 18, 2019


  • Easy Highway Access
  • 5 Dock Doors
  • 600 Amp Service
  • Additional Land Area
  • Ample Parking
  • Close to Hartford and Springfield
  • Located on 159 near Windsor Locks
  • Tenant will relocate or lease back a portion of the building


Conveniently located industrial building with 24,950 sq ft of industrial building (per 2002 appraisal) with a very generous 7080 sq ft of office space offering many flexible possibilities. Easy Access to Interstate 91 and Bradley International Airport. The land area is approximately 4.22 acres (per survey dated 2001); this additional land area may allow for future potential building expansion. Concrete block masonry building, the building has 4" insulation around the exterior walls with metal cladding. The roof supports joists are steel and the roof is a flat rubber membrane.

Well located in a mixed-use Industrial section of Windsor, CT, this property has quick and easy access to I-91 and is just minutes from both Hartford and Springfield, MA. Also nearby, sets Bradley International Airport and the busy RT 75 district of Windsor Locks.

Year Built: 1940
Building Size: 24950.0sq ft
Lot Size: 4.22 acres

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