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JLL Tapped for Leasing Assignment at Hauppauge Industrial Park

JLL has been selected to lease the Bristol Logistics Center, a 178,134-square-foot logistics facility that Bristol Group is developing at 49 Mall Dr. in Commack, NY. The JLL leasing team leading the effort will include SVPs Max Omstrom and Doug Omstrom and managing director Thomas DiMicelli.   

Located in Hauppauge Industrial Park within Long Island’s Suffolk County, the facility will feature 36’ clear ceiling heights, 31 loading docks and two 12’-wide drive-in doors. Completion is scheduled for the first quarter of 2022. 

The development of the Bristol Logistics Center follows Bristol Group’s 2020 acquisition of 49 Mall Dr., a 103,530-square-foot research and development facility. 

“The extraordinary demand for distribution facilities created a dynamic in which the highest and best use for this site is as a logistics center,” said Max Omstrom. “The location is perfectly suited to this purpose, providing unparalleled access to the most densely populated region in the nation.” 


Inside The Story

JLL’s Max Omstrom

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