Industrial

Owning or leasing industrial space in New Jersey means you’re within one day’s drive of one-third of the nation’s population. That means the state continues to be a hotbed of warehouse and logistics activity.

Woodmont acquires 30,000 sq. ft. Lyndhurst industrial building

Woodmont Industrial Partners has added to its holdings with the purchase of a 30,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility in Lyndhurst.

Cabinet wholesaler takes 15,000 sq. ft. at Linden industrial building, BRC says

A cabinet wholesaler has signed a full-building lease for nearly 15,000 square feet of industrial space in Linden, according to brokers with Bussel Realty Corp.

Fennelly inks sale of two-building, 14,000 sq. ft. industrial portfolio in Ewing to tenant

A tenant at two Mercer County industrial buildings has purchased both properties for a combined $1.53 million, brokerage firm NAI Fennelly announced Tuesday.

BRC inks 63,000 sq. ft. lease in Metuchen with Seagis, trucking company

Seagis Property Group has secured a new commitment at a Metuchen industrial building, where a trucking company is leasing nearly 63,000 square feet.

Denholtz adds five-acre industrial parcel on Newark waterfront

Denholtz Properties has purchased a five-acre outdoor storage parcel in Newark, in the latest investment under a recently announced joint venture targeting industrial properties.

Taconic signs 151,000 sq. ft. renewal at Morris Twp. industrial building

Taconic Partners has signed a 151,000-square-foot lease renewal at a Morris County industrial building with a freight transportation company.

IOREBA program to highlight legal limitations and liabilities in commercial real estate

The Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association will welcome industry leaders next week for its fall kickoff event in Roseland, where panelists will tackle a key legal topic.

Hundreds turn out as NAIOP New Jersey honors industry titans, contributors

NAIOP New Jersey welcomed a crowd of 300 for its annual President’s Awards and Hall of Fame Dinner, honoring eight commercial real estate industry leaders spanning multiple generations, in one of the association’s most popular events of the year.

Investors take pause, reassess as interest rates shock commercial real estate market

The rapid rise in interest rates has caused a sudden slowdown and growing uncertainty in New Jersey’s investment sales market, leading buyers to reassess their plans in the near term, while placing newfound pressure on even the strongest asset classes.

NAI Hanson inks sale of South Hackensack industrial building to chimney services business

A chimney services company has purchased a 4,400-square-foot industrial building in South Hackensack, according to a broker with NAI James E. Hanson.