Darkness hangs heavy over the city, dulling the neighborhood’s bleak signs of decay. It has been two days since that first, frantic phone call, and all the clues lead to the warehouse on Bleaker Street. “Innout Import/Export,” Jacob reads softly to himself as he draws his Berretta. After taking a deep breath, he kicks the front door and is rewarded with a splintering crash. Stepping into the darkness, he announces, “I’m delivering Hell!”
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Innout Import/Export, Inc. This is a small warehouse easily applicable for any type of business needing a large storage area, such as a moving company or a distribution center. Its two levels contain a ground floor with ample storage space and a second level with offices overlooking the ground floor.
Ground Level. This 3700+ square foot ground floor serves as the main storage area and has three loading docks at the front of the building. Two staircases provide access to the building’s top floor.
Second Floor. This floor holds the building’s administrative offices. Although there are two executive offices on this floor, the smaller room could serve as an office for the manager’s secretary. This floor also includes a conference room, break room, and file room.