A rendering of the Innovation Park, a two-building, 574,169-square-foot project at 159 Princeton-Hightstown Road in East Windsor — Courtesy: Peak Construction Corp.
By Joshua Burd
A contractor is touting the start of a project that will bring more than 570,000 square feet of new industrial space to the Exit 8 submarket along the New Jersey Turnpike.
The Des Plaines, Illinois-based-firm, Peak Construction Corp., is working on behalf of Black Creek Group to erect the two-building, 574,169-square-foot project in East Windsor. Site work has started at 159 Princeton-Hightstown Road, which is about two miles from the Turnpike.
Peak noted that the project team also includes Trammell Crow Co., the development manager, along with KSS Architects and Maser Consulting P.A. as civil engineers. The so-called Innovation Park project by Denver-based Black Creek will continue through January 2022.
Building A, which will span 406,669 square feet, will feature 40-foot clear ceiling heights, 50 dock doors, 67 trailer spaces and 317 car parking stalls, according to a news release. Building B will measure 167,500 square feet, with 36-foot clear heights, 30 dock doors and 161 car parking stalls.