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Beverage Distributor Commits to 419K SF at Bridge Point 78

Mark Anthony Brewing, a leading producer and distributor of fine wine, premium beer and ready-to-drink beverages, has signed a lease at Bridge Development Partners’ Bridge Point 78 Phase I for 419,460 square feet. The tenant will use its space at the Phillipsburg, NJ project for the storage and distribution of White Claw beverages.

Based in Chicago, Mark Anthony Brewing provides product to essential businesses through local distributors across North America. The company is the second major tenant signed at Bridge Point 78, joining Uniqlo, which committed to 975,761 square feet last year.

Mark Anthony Brewing was represented by Dan Wilkins of Cushman & Wakefield Chicago. Bridge was advised jointly by CBRE’s Pennsylvania and Northern New Jersey offices.

Construction on Phase II of Bridge Point 78 will begin in summer 2020 and will encompass 1.65 million square feet across two buildings.

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