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Bridge Development Plans Phase II of Bridge Point 78 Industrial Park

Bridge Development Partners unveiled plans for Bridge Point 78 Phase II, an industrial campus totaling 1,670,700 square feet, in Phillipsburg, NJ, at the western edge of the New York City metro area. Phase II will consist of two buildings, measuring 1,408,200 square feet and 262,500 square feet, respectively. 

Work at the 100-acre site began in December 2020. Bridge expects vertical construction to begin this summer with plans to fully deliver in the first quarter of 2022. 
“Phase I of this project was a tremendous success, and we’re eager to see the same positive response from national and global companies looking for a headquarters-quality warehousing facility as part of Phase II,” said Jeff Milanaik, partner of Bridge’s Northeast region. Phase I is anchored by Uniqlo, ScottsMiracleGro and Mark Anthony Brands.
Between Phase I and Phase II, Bridge Point 78 will consist of six Class A buildings totaling 3.86 million square feet.


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