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Camber Real Estate Partners and Advance Realty Investors have sold more than 770,000 square feet of industrial space in Bergen County, brokers with Cushman & Wakefield announced.
The buyer, Faropoint, said it paid
a combined $144.5 million for
the portfolios, which include a seven-building, 370,064-square-
foot campus in Allendale and three buildings totaling 399,999 square feet in Mahwah. Both complexes are adjacent to Route 17, C&W said, adding that they were 100 percent and 91 percent occupied at the time of the sale, respectively.
Cushman’s Gary Gabriel, Kyle Schmidt, Ryan Larkin and Seth Zuidema represented the sellers and procured the buyer.
“This assemblage of properties in Allendale and Mahwah complement each other with varying unit sizes, loading and overall functionality, allowing ownership to attract a wide variety of user types,” Schmidt said. “The success of both portfolios is
evidenced by record rental rates and leasing velocity year to date. Camber Real Estate Partners has done
an exceptional job managing and maintaining both portfolios since their initial acquisition in 2018 and 2019, respectively.”
In a news release, C&W noted that the Allendale Shallow-Bay Industrial Park consists of buildings at 1, 3, 5,
6 and 7 Pearl Court and 59 Route
17. The 35.1-acre campus is home
to 19 tenants and 985 total parking spaces, with buildings that are highly divisible and feature individual storefronts and dedicated dock-high loading for each unit.
The Mahwah Industrial Center, meantime, spans 33.21 acres and includes 16, 70-82 and 91-97 McKee Drive, C&W said. It had seven tenants at the time of closing, offering unit size flexibility and functionality, 23 drive-ins and 16- foot clear ceiling heights, as well as abundant parking with 1,463 spaces.
The portfolio’s location on Route 17 provides immediate access to
Allendale Shallow-Bay Industrial Park at 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7 Pearl Court and 59 Route 17 in Allendale
a dense retail corridor, affluent demographics and roadways including interstates 287 and 80, the New York State Thruway and Route 4.
“Our team remains steadfast in
its commitment to identifying compelling opportunities within
the light industrial and shallow
bay sector, strategically positioned within high barriers-to-entry pockets across the broader market such
as northern Bergen,” said Orry Michael, Faropoint’s director of acquisitions for greater New York. “Our capacity to execute seamlessly
and deliver exceptional results to our investment partners is anchored in our hyper-focus on data analytics. This localized model offers us unparalleled access to on-the- ground insights, market intelligence and a deep understanding of local dynamics.
“By staying firmly connected with the pulse of the local communities
in which we operate, we’re able
to identify opportunities as they emerge, remain agile in our decision- making and swiftly respond to market fluctuations.”
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