20 Tices Lane in East Brunswick — Courtesy: Greek Development
By Joshua Burd
A home décor company is relocating and expanding in Middlesex County as part of a newly announced, 124,000-square-foot warehouse lease by Greek Development.
The industrial owner and developer said Monday that it has inked the long-term commitment with Triangle Home Fashions LLC, which is leasing the space at 120 Tices Lane in East Brunswick. The tenant is moving from another Greek-managed building, 9 Nicholas Court in the Dayton section of South Brunswick, where it occupies 57,600 square feet.
Its new home is 1.3 miles from Exit 9 of the New Jersey Turnpike, the landlord said in a news release. Part of the 202,400-square-foot Highview Industrial Park, the building has 14 loading docks, five drive-ins, heavy power and a 24-foot clear ceiling height.
Triangle Home Fashions designs, markets and distributes home décor products to e-commerce and brick-and-mortar retailers in the U.S., the news release said. Marketed under the Lush Décor brand, the company says it offers fashionable home textile products at key value price points, including bedding, window coverings, decorative pillows, bath décor and other accessories.