CARTERET, N.J. — Bussel Realty has brokered the $5.1 million sale of a 55,560-square-foot industrial property located at 400 Federal Blvd. in Carteret. Leo Esses of Brussel Realty represented the unnamed buyer. 400 Federal Boulevard LLC was the seller. The property is located near Exit 12 of the New Jersey Turnpike, Port Newark/Elizabeth and Newark Liberty Airport. It features 24-foot clear heights, two drive-in doors for loading, 800 amps of electric power and 29 surface parking spaces.
NORTH BERGEN, N.J. — Terreno Realty Corp. has acquired an industrial property located at 7777 West Side Ave. in North Bergen for $14 million. The building spans 126,000 square feet on 4.4 acres adjacent to Exit 16E of the New Jersey Turnpike. Amenities at the 100 percent leased property include eight dock-high and two grade-level loading positions, plus parking for 70 cars.
The Nashville commercial real estate market’s growth is no longer a local secret. In fact, it very well may be one of the most desired areas for investors for an MSA with a population less than 2.5 million people. In case you haven’t heard, read or taken notice, you likely have been living under a rock. Those who call this market “hot” are making an understatement. As the downtown core sees land sites trade in excess of $13 million per acre (and in a few interesting cases eclipse..
To say that the greater Indianapolis industrial market experienced a historical year in 2016 almost seems trite. By every measure, the city’s industrial records were shattered. Net absorption in 2016—8.3 million square feet—crushed that of previous years. Additionally, 11.2 million square feet of new leases were signed, which is more than the 2014 and 2015 totals combined. And, the market saw its lowest vacancy rate in 36 years at 3 percent – down from 5.8 percent at the end of 2015...
The Chicagoland industrial market has started 2017 with a full head of steam and doesn’t appear ready to cool down anytime soon. With historically low vacancy rates, high net absorption and strong tenant demand, the outlook is positive for new construction in the pipeline, even with the recent uptick in interest rates. Net absorption of industrial space topped 19.3 million square feet in 2016, outpacing the 18.2 million square feet of new product delivered, according to CoStar Group. The..
Metro Milwaukee’s industrial market continued to be a strong performer in 2016, and this strength should continue for the foreseeable future. We’re now seeing a healthy uptick in new industrial development, and even speculative development in select submarkets. While the demand for industrial space has continued to increase, the new supply has failed to keep pace. [caption id="attachment_173130" align="alignright" width="100"] James T. Barry III, The Barry Co.[/caption] Sustained..
The Raleigh-Durham business climate has been on the climb for several years now and it doesn’t seem to be slowing anytime soon. The market continues to outpace most of the mid-tier markets across the country by all metrics of economic stability, quality of life, business environment, education, arts and quality of workforce. As a result, construction of office and retail projects has been strong, yet industrial construction and thus available space is lacking. Average asking rental rates..
DOVER, DEL. – The Kane Co. has brokered the sale of an 80,000-square-foot industrial facility at 44 Industrial Park Drive in Dover. The property is the former warehouse of Kessler Sales and Distribution, a wholesale distributor of pipe, valves, fittings and water heaters. Peter Billipp of The Kane Co. represented the seller and procured the buyer.
Jacksonville’s industrial market continues to improve as encouraging fundamentals are in place that are prompting developers to commit to building spec warehouse again. The lack of new construction over the last eight years, the expected reduction in regulations and taxes by the new administration in Washington and the commitment to upgrades in the local infrastructure will drive growth in our market. A 5.3 percent vacancy rate for warehouses and distribution space is also a major..
NEW YORK — DRA Advisors has purchased a 19.8-million-square-foot industrial portfolio that spans 21 U.S. markets for $1.1 billion. The portfolio contains a total of 184 properties that are 94 percent leased to more than 500 tenants. The properties reside in industrial hubs such as Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Atlanta and Columbus, Ohio. The assets range from less than 15,000 square feet to 925,000 square feet, according to CoStar Group. Cabot Properties Fund II sold the portfolio,..