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Turnbridge Equities and Long Wharf Capital have sold the former Ballantine Brewery Complex in Newark, NJ to Hines for a reported $128 million

Hines Snaps Up Former Ballantine Brewery Complex in Newark

Turnbridge Equities and Long Wharf Capital have sold the 738,000-square-foot Newark Distribution Center, formerly known as the Ballantine Brewery Complex, a 19.4-acre portfolio of three infill industrial properties located in Newark, NJ. Formerly home to the P. Ballantine and Sons Brewing Company founded in 1840, the 100%-occupied property was purchased by Hines for a reported $128 million. 

“The sale was a great execution by the entire team, especially in the current and challenging market environment,” said Ryan Nelson, managing principal at Turnbridge Equities.   

Turnbridge and Long Wharf acquired the property in May 2021 for $92 million from a joint venture between Turnbridge and institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Turnbridge then completed the last stages of a $13-million renovation of the Newark Distribution Center. 

JLL represented Turnbridge in the sale to Hines. JLL Capital Markets’ Colby Mueck, Matthew Pizzolato and Ryan Carroll represented Hines in obtaining $75.8-million financing. 


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