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An affiliate of Massachusetts developer Condyne Capital Partners dropped $1.9 million on a 24.1-acre slice of Windsor farmland according to a warranty deed filed with the Windsor Town Clerk.

The sellers, a Tolland resident, an East Granby resident, a Vermont resident and a New Hampshire resident who all shared the same last name, had owned the property since at least 1991 according to town property records.

The land at 205 Baker Hollow Road was appraised at $1.55 million.

The land appears set to become the home to a second building in Condyne Capital Partners’ Baker Hollow Logistics Center development. The company has already built the first warehouse on the site, a 165,625-square-foot distribution center at 105 Baker Hollow Road that is now leased to Safelite according to a marketing brochure posted on its website.

A second brochure for the 205 Baker Hollow building states the 185,600-square-foot spec distribution center is set to deliver in the second quarter of this year. Its 32-foot clear heights can be subdivided into 44,000-square-foot chunks. In total, the building is planned to have 36 loading docks and parking for 45 trailers with an option for 58 more and a roof ready for solar panels. JLL is handling the leasing.