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Cushman & Wakefield completes Collotype Labels lease

2013-12-09T21:35:00Z Cushman & Wakefield completes Collotype Labels leaseRegister staff Napa Valley Register
December 09, 2013 9:35 pm  • 

Cushman & Wakefield has completed a 71,237-square-foot industrial lease in Napa, representing both tenant Collotype Labels and landlord Whal Properties in the transaction. Glen Dowling of the firm’s Marin/North Bay office arranged the signing, with Collotype Labels expanding from its original 51,000 square feet at 21 Executive Way in Napa.

“The wine market industry is growing, and all signs are that it will continue to grow,” said David Buse, president of Collotype Labels, the largest wine label printer in the market. “We’re growing with the market and needed additional equipment and people, and the additional space to accommodate that growth.”

Co-tenant with Collotype Labels is Sutter Home Winery, which relocated to the site earlier this year in a transaction similarly arranged by Dowling.

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