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NEWARK, N.J. — Seagis Property Group has completed a 178,200-square-foot industrial project at 2013 McCarter Highway in Newark. Two tenants — the Newark Board of Education and skincare products provider Deciem — preleased space at the building, which features a clear height of 40 feet, 37 dock doors, an ESFR sprinkler system and parking for 127 cars and 42 trailers. Colliers serves as the landlord’s leasing agency. A CBRE team of Kate Granahan, Kevin Dudley, Chad Hillyer and Nicholas Klacik represented the tenants in both deals.

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Marquis Health Consulting Services has opened Florham Park Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, a 101-bed skilled nursing facility in Florham Park, about 30 miles west of New York City. The 43,000-square-foot facility is located on the former Lutheran Ministries healthcare campus and is undergoing a multi-phase renovation and modernization following an ownership change. Phase I focused on the updating and remodeling of patient areas and is complete. Phase II is underway and will introduce the largest rehabilitation therapy gym in the greater Morris County region.

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PROVINCETOWN, MASS. — The Community Builders (TCB) has broken ground on Province Post, a 65-unit mixed-income housing project located in the Cape Cod community of Provincetown. The property’s affordable component will apply to households earning between 30 and 80 percent of the area median income. The unit mix will include 18 studios, 32 one-bedrooms, 10 two-bedrooms and five three-bedrooms. Construction is slated for a spring 2026 completion.

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NEW YORK CITY — Marcus & Millichap has brokered the $6.3 million sale of a seven-unit apartment building located at 1226 Second Ave. on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The four-story building consists of six one-bedroom apartments and a retail space that is leased to Italian restaurant Primola. Joe Koicim, Logan Markley, Zan Colin and Kory Barbanel of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller and procured the buyer, both of which were private investors that requested anonymity, in the transaction.

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NEW YORK CITY — Dubin & Co. LP has signed a 10,777-square-foot office sublease at 450 Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The private investment firm is relocating its headquarters from 55 Hudson Yards to the entire 25th floor of the building. Ben Friedland and Taylor Scheinman of CBRE represented Dubin & Co. LP in the sublease negotiations. The sublandlord was an undisclosed financial services firm. SL Green owns 450 Park Avenue.

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NEW YORK CITY — Affinius Capital, which is a joint venture between San Antonio-based USAA Real Estate and New York-based Square Mile Capital Management, has provided a $52 million acquisition loan for The Knox, a 110-unit apartment building in Manhattan’s Murray Hill neighborhood. Units come in studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans, and the 36-story building also houses 2,700 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Amenities include a rooftop deck, fitness center, resident lounge and a 24-hour attended lobby. The borrower was New York-based Four Winds Real Estate.

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Locally based developer Woodmont Industrial Partners has completed a 210,000-square-foot expansion and renovation project in South Brunswick, about 50 miles south of Manhattan. Woodmont, in partnership with Sagard Real Estate, the Denver-based firm formerly known as EverWest Real Estate Investors, renovated a 145,000-square-foot facility at 461 Ridge Road and developed a new, 65,000-square-foot facility. The property now features a clear height of 32 feet, 30 loading doors and four drive-in doors. JLL is marketing the property for lease.

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DREXEL HILL, PA. — Regional brokerage firm Hudson Atlantic has arranged the sale of Garrett House Apartments, a 57-unit multifamily building in Drexel Hill, a western suburb of Philadelphia. The property was built in 1960 and exclusively houses one-bedroom units. Adam Zweibel led the Hudson Atlantic team that brokered the deal, which traded at a price of $6 million and a cap rate of 5.75 percent. The buyer and seller, which was also the original owner, were not disclosed.

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HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — Marcus & Millichap has brokered the $7.6 million sale of a 3,869-square-foot retail property in the Long Island community of Hempstead. The building is net leased to TD Bank and is located within Rockville Centre, an incorporated village. Scott Plasky, Michael Kook and Billy Stephan IV of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller and procured the buyer, both of which were private investors that requested anonymity, in the transaction. Christopher Marks and Stephen Filippo of Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp. arranged acquisition financing for the deal.

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CONSHOHOCKEN, PA. — New York-based investment firm Midland Properties has purchased a 74,703-square-foot industrial property in Conshohocken, a northern suburb of Philadelphia. The sales price was $2.9 million. The site at 1304 Conshohocken Road spans 5.6 acres and houses multiple buildings and outdoor storage space. Steve Marzullo, Adam Silverman and Michael Roden of CBRE represented the seller, Pennsylvania-based Emanuel Properties, in the negotiations.

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