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A new industrial development in North Brunswick, NJ will offer easy access to the state's major highways and Port Newark

CushWake Tapped to Lease Up New Industrial Along U.S. 1 in NJ 

Cushman & Wakefield has been retained to market Crossroads Commerce Center for lease. Located at 1980 U.S. Rte. 1 in North Brunswick, NJ, Crossroads Commerce Center is a 191,481-square-foot industrial development that is expected to be delivered in Q2 of 2023. 

The team of Mindy Lissner, Bill Waxman, Christine Eberle, David Gheriani and Chris Griffith will market the property for lease on behalf of the landlord, Principal Real Estate Investors. 

““In a market with vacancy rates below 2%, Crossroads Commerce Center provides high-quality industrial space ideal for warehousing and fulfillment,” said Lissner.  

Upon completion, the property will feature built-to-suit office space, 40-foot clear height, 29 tailboard doors, two drive-in doors and 31 trailer parking spots. It will be easily accessible to the Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey Turnpike and Port of Newark. 


Inside The Story

Cushman & Wakefield's Lissner

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