Amazon opens new 130,000 sq. ft. delivery station in Mount Olive

Amazon is touting the opening of a new 130,000-square-foot delivery station in Mount Olive, one of 14 newly announced facilities that it will occupy in New Jersey.

CBRE: Developer lures e-commerce giant to Jersey City logistics project, its first in N.J.

A developer has landed a major tenant at its first New Jersey industrial project, inking a full-building lease in Jersey City with what it described as a global e-commerce company.

New Jersey industrial rents hold strong during COVID outbreak, brokerage firms say

The pandemic has not stifled rent growth in New Jersey’s industrial market, as Amazon and other e-commerce users continue to drive leasing and construction activity statewide.

Amazon opening 14 new last-mile ‘delivery stations’ in New Jersey

Amazon is adding to its already-vast footprint in New Jersey, announcing plans for 14 new locations geared toward the last mile of its fulfillment process.

JLL: New Jersey industrial demand starts strong in Q1, faces new test from COVID-19

Industrial leasing stayed strong in New Jersey ahead of the COVID-19 outbreak, as experts now wait to determine the long-term impact of the pandemic on the state’s surging market for warehouse and distribution space.

Colliers: Amazon continues swift expansion in New Jersey, leading the way in Q1

Amazon continued its rapid expansion in New Jersey in the first quarter, accounting for three of the top five industrial leases in northern and central New Jersey to start the year.

E-commerce train rolls on as industrial owners, brokers prepare for a roaring 2020

The economic engine powering the New Jersey industrial real estate market will continue to be the rapidly transforming retail sector, driven primarily by relentlessly rising demand from consumers for rapid home delivery of purchases, whether from online retailers or traditional but restructured brick-and-mortar retailers.

CBRE: Retailers turning to in-store fulfillment, extra staffing amid holiday crush

This year’s shortened holiday shopping season has placed added pressure on retailers and their shipping partners, prompting new in-store solutions for delivery and returns and the need to hire additional seasonal workers for distribution and fulfillment.

Rental rates surging, reaching new heights in N.J. industrial market, researchers say

Landlords and developers are still reaping the rewards of New Jersey’s tight industrial market, where rents continue to rise well above average asking rates.

Editor’s note: Dear Amazon, we’re still here if you need us

Amazon said it won’t reopen its search for a second headquarters after pulling out of New York City, but who’s to say that Newark and other shortlisted cities will just quietly step aside?