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DH Property Signs Outdoor Storage Operator to Staten Island Site

DH Property Holdings, LLC (DHPH), a leading developer and owner of urban infill industrial logistics facilities, has leased nearly 30% of its 53-acre Staten Island industrial site to IAA, Inc., an outdoor storage operator and leader in the salvage vehicle industry. 

The property, located at 1900 South Ave., is the largest privately owned industrial site in New York City, and offers rare tri-modal access, including a railroad track connection to the CSX/NS National Rail System served by Conrail, a 650-foot waterfront steel bulkhead dock and direct Interstate access to route 440.  

“This site has an ideal location in one of the most sought-after industrial markets in the country,” said DHPH founder and principal Dov Hertz. “1900 South Avenue enables tenants to capitalize on accessibility, scalability and multimodal transportation opportunities at a time of limited supply for land in the greater New York market.” 


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