124 Tices Lane in East Brunswick — Courtesy: NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co.
By Tina Traster
NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co. has negotiated a 16,000-square-foot industrial lease at 124 Tices Lane in East Brunswick.
Robert Dinner, an executive vice president with the firm, and Tom Kirczow, a senior vice president, led the team that represented the tenant, Nu-Meat Technology Inc., a leader in technology and machinery for the processing of meat products. The company, which is relocating from South Plainfield, plans to use the space for distribution and executive offices.
“We performed an extensive search for our client to find a property that met the physical specifications of its business, as well as long-term growth plans, and found 124 Tices Lane to be an excellent fit,” Dinner said. “Nu-Meat also wanted to establish a strong relationship with a landlord that would ensure professional management throughout its tenancy. We definitely achieved those objectives by structuring a lease at this property with the owner, Greek Development.”
Located within Highview Industrial Park, 124 Tices Lane is a 41,600-square-foot industrial building. It is located minutes from several of the state’s major highways including routes 1 and 18, as well as the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway.
Tina Traster is a freelance writer and the editor of Rockland County Business Journal. She is also a former business writer for Crain’s New York Business, real estate writer for the New York Post and staffer at the Bergen Record.