BINGHAM FARMS — Dominion Real Estate Advisors announced the successful disposition of the former Western Michigan University/Thomas M. Cooley Law School Campus in Auburn Hills.
The property, located at 2630 Featherstone Road in Auburn Hills, is a 132,745-square-foot facility situated on a 67-acre campus. The property is well located across from the Stallantis World Headquarters and is nearby to many other significant automotive manufacturers and suppliers.
The transaction was handled by Eric Banks, Jim Mitchell, Andrew Boncore and David Depodesta.
The property was acquired by FANUC Robotics (North America), one of the world’s leading suppliers of automation and robotics for manufacturing. FANUC has plans to expand the campus and will spend $86 million to build a 655,000 square foot state of the art manufacturing facility while utilizing and renovating the existing 133,000 SF building for its administrative, engineering and R & D.
The new factory will be built by General Development Company of Southfield MI., expanding their new West Campus to 788,000 square feet, growing FANUC’s footprint to nearly 1.4 million square feet.