Matrix Development Group is crossing the Arthur Kill for its latest industrial project, breaking ground on its first two buildings in a planned logistics park in Staten Island.
A Secaucus warehouse will be the new home of a firm that provides rental furniture and other products to the event industry, as part of its expansion from the West Coast.
Middlesex County continues to be the epicenter of industrial leasing in northern and central New Jersey, thanks largely to its size and an ability to meet the demand for newly developed, state-of-the-art distribution space along the New Jersey Turnpike.
Bridge Development Partners is building a new 206,500-square-foot distribution center project in Carteret, a property that will bring new life to a 10-acre former brownfield site just off the New Jersey Turnpike.
A series of high-profile deals, along with research by a top real estate services firm, shows that the demand from e-commerce users is overwhelming in the Garden State. And it shows no signs of abating, as online retail businesses and on-demand food services only continue to grow.
Sitex Group has added to its ever-growing portfolio of northern New Jersey industrial space, acquiring a 55,000-square-foot building in Moonachie.
A clothing manufacturer has paid $4.8 million to acquire a 138,000-square-foot industrial property in New Brunswick, Bussel Realty Corp. announced Wednesday.
A produce distributor has picked Dermody Properties to develop its new packing and cold storage facility in Gloucester County.
Conair Corp. has sold a 27-acre development site alongside its headquarters in East Windsor, according to the brokerage firm that orchestrated
Research by the firm has found that rents for warehouse and distribution space, particularly along the New Jersey Turnpike, are shattering the asking prices of landlords, as the competition among tenants becomes especially fierce.